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how to remove Redundancy on 6506 sup2t

Steve Chapman
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Beginner

I currently have a test box with 2 sup2t in redundancy sso mode.  How do i remove the redundancy?  I need to split these up to use in other boxes as standalone.  

 

 

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Mark Malone
Mentor
Mentor
Hi
Just take out the standby supervisor , leave the active one

remove the redundancy config like below , should be in global config

redundancy
main-cpu
auto-sync running-config
mode sso

to check whos active supervisor in teh chassis
show redundancy

Thats it really

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Scott Hodgdon
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Steve,

SSO  Redundancy is enabled by default when you insert a 2nd supervisor into a chassis. Once you remove the 2nd supervisor to use elsewhere, the system will know there is no SSO since it will not sense the presence of a 2nd supervisor.

Cheers,

Scott

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Mark Malone
Mentor
Mentor
Hi
Just take out the standby supervisor , leave the active one

remove the redundancy config like below , should be in global config

redundancy
main-cpu
auto-sync running-config
mode sso

to check whos active supervisor in teh chassis
show redundancy

Thats it really

I have tired to remove in running config the no command does not work.  I then uploaded a new configuration without redundancy to startup and reloaded still the redundancy command comes back.    

Scott Hodgdon
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Steve,

SSO  Redundancy is enabled by default when you insert a 2nd supervisor into a chassis. Once you remove the 2nd supervisor to use elsewhere, the system will know there is no SSO since it will not sense the presence of a 2nd supervisor.

Cheers,

Scott

I have removed the 2nd sup. rebooted several times and even upgraded the IOS and it still comes up with redundancy enabled. 

 

I looked at other 6509 and the redundancy command is hard coded even if you not using it.  so I all good thanks. 

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