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not seeing VSS second switch in sh run

Hi all,

 

we are not seeing VSS second switch in sh run. is that normal ?
 only one switch from virtual domain:

 

switch virtual domain 10
switch mode virtual
switch 1 priority 255
mac-address use-virtual

but on sh sw virtual - we see both switches
- is that ok or we hit some bug ?

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Hi,

It seems normal (for me also the same), But make sure that Show switch and virtual stack must show both switch's health.

Also, Both switches interface must show and accept the commands (I know DAD and SVL ports will not accept any other commands :) ).

 

Regards,
Deepak Kumar,
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Hi,

we are not seeing VSS second switch in sh run. is that normal ?

That is not normal. "sh run" should show all interfaces for both switch-1 and 2, if not you will not know what to configure on the second switch's interfaces starting with 2/1/x.

HTH

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l posted the output above - is that the space from sh tech where the second switch shall be seen ?

 

could you please send me output from your switch so that l can check if l am looking into the right part of log ?

 

thanks

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Beginner

Hey,

could you post the outputs of the following commands?

#show version
#show redundancy states
#show switch virtual

Thanks and br

Juls

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Hi,

It seems normal (for me also the same), But make sure that Show switch and virtual stack must show both switch's health.

Also, Both switches interface must show and accept the commands (I know DAD and SVL ports will not accept any other commands :) ).

 

Regards,
Deepak Kumar,
Don't forget to vote and accept the solution If this comment will make help you!

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