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Stackpower switches show in standalone mode

Hi,

I have a stack of 8 3750x switches connected via Stackwise.  In addition, I have these switches configured as two Powerstacks. When I look at the Powerstacks, they are showing as being in power-sharing mode.  When I look at the individual switches, they show as standalone.   Right now, I have 1 switch in each powerstack that has two power supplies, and then the other three have a single power supply. Below is the output for "Show stack-power detail" as well as the Powerstack configurations.

Power Stack           Stack   Stack    Total   Rsvd    Alloc   Unused  Num  Num
Name                  Mode    Topolgy  Pwr(W)  Pwr(W)  Pwr(W)  Pwr(W)  SW   PS
--------------------  ------  -------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ---  ---
Powerstack_1          SP-PS   Ring     2145    45      570     1530    3    3
Powerstack_2          SP-PS   Ring     2860    60      760     2040    4    4
Powerstack_1-1        SP-PS   Stndaln  1430    520     190     720     1    2

Power stack name: Powerstack_1
    Stack mode: Power sharing
    Stack topology: Ring
    Switch 4:
        Power budget: 700
        Power allocated: 190
        Low port priority value: 20
        High port priority value: 11
        Switch priority value: 2
        Port 1 status: Connected
        Port 2 status: Not connected
        Neighbor on port 1: Switch 3 - e4d3.f15c.6880
        Neighbor on port 2: 0000.0000.0000

    Switch 2:
        Power budget: 700
        Power allocated: 190
        Low port priority value: 21
        High port priority value: 12
        Switch priority value: 3
        Port 1 status: Not connected
        Port 2 status: Connected
        Neighbor on port 1: 0000.0000.0000
        Neighbor on port 2: Switch 3 - e4d3.f15c.6880

    Switch 3:
        Power budget: 700
        Power allocated: 190
        Low port priority value: 22
        High port priority value: 13
        Switch priority value: 4
        Port 1 status: Connected
        Port 2 status: Connected
        Neighbor on port 1: Switch 2 - 6073.5c53.df80
        Neighbor on port 2: Switch 4 - 6073.5c51.dd00

Power stack name: Powerstack_2
    Stack mode: Power sharing
    Stack topology: Ring
    Switch 8:
        Power budget: 700
        Power allocated: 190
        Low port priority value: 20
        High port priority value: 11
        Switch priority value: 2
        Port 1 status: Connected
        Port 2 status: Connected
        Neighbor on port 1: Switch 7 - e4d3.f15e.fd80
        Neighbor on port 2: Switch 5 - e4d3.f12d.2c00

    Switch 6:
        Power budget: 700
        Power allocated: 190
        Low port priority value: 21
        High port priority value: 12
        Switch priority value: 3
        Port 1 status: Connected
        Port 2 status: Connected
        Neighbor on port 1: Switch 5 - e4d3.f12d.2c00
        Neighbor on port 2: Switch 7 - e4d3.f15e.fd80

    Switch 7:
        Power budget: 700
        Power allocated: 190
        Low port priority value: 22
        High port priority value: 13
        Switch priority value: 4
        Port 1 status: Connected
        Port 2 status: Connected
        Neighbor on port 1: Switch 6 - e4d3.f15e.c400
        Neighbor on port 2: Switch 8 - e4d3.f15a.4100

    Switch 5:
        Power budget: 700
        Power allocated: 190
        Low port priority value: 19
        High port priority value: 10
        Switch priority value: 1
        Port 1 status: Connected
        Port 2 status: Connected
        Neighbor on port 1: Switch 8 - e4d3.f15a.4100
        Neighbor on port 2: Switch 6 - e4d3.f15e.c400

Power stack name: Powerstack_1-1
    Stack mode: Power sharing
    Stack topology: Standalone
    Switch 1:
        Power budget: 910
        Power allocated: 190
        Low port priority value: 22
        High port priority value: 13
        Switch priority value: 4
        Port 1 status: Shut
        Port 2 status: Shut
        Neighbor on port 1: 0000.0000.0000
        Neighbor on port 2: 0000.0000.0000

stack-power stack Powerstack_1

stack-power stack Powerstack_2

!

stack-power switch 1

stack Powerstack_1

switch mode: standalone

stack-power switch 2

stack Powerstack_1

switch mode: standalone

stack-power switch 3

stack Powerstack_1

switch mode: standalone

stack-power switch 4

stack Powerstack_1

switch mode: standalone

stack-power switch 5

stack Powerstack_2

switch mode: standalone

stack-power switch 6

stack Powerstack_2

switch mode: standalone

stack-power switch 7

stack Powerstack_2

switch mode: standalone

stack-power switch 8

stack Powerstack_2

switch mode: standalone

!

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Stackpower switches show in standalone mode

HI Charlie,

Kindly have a look at the below link:

Managing Catalyst 3750-X Stack Power
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/switches/lan/catalyst3750x_3560x/software/release/12.2_53_
se/configuration/guide/swstkpwr.html

Regards

Inayath

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Stackpower switches show in standalone mode

Cosmetic bug

CSCui21029    3750X Stack no standalone stays in running configureation as standalone

Symptom:

When you are configuring a 3750x stack and initially putting it into a stack ring topology by configuring the following.

Switch(config)#stack-power switch 1

Switch(config-switch-stackpower)#sta

Switch(config-switch-stackpower)#no stan

Switch(config-switch-stackpower)#no standalone

You will see that in the running configuration it shows up as standalone mode

stack-power switch 1

switch mode: standalone

stack-power switch 2

switch mode: standalone

Conditions:

3750X stacks with any license level

Workaround:

none

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