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ProCurve Stack Management
Configuring Stack Management
The switch number
(SN) for the "North
Sea" switch is "3".
Figure 7-36. Example of a Stack Showing Switch Number (SN) Assignments
7-44
You would then execute this command in the "North Sea" switch's CLI to
remove the switch from the stack:
North Sea(config)# no stack join 0030c1-7fec40
Using the CLI To Access Member Switches for Configuration
Changes and Traffic Monitoring
After a Candidate becomes a Member, you can use the telnet command from
the Commander to access the Member's CLI or console interface for the same
configuration and monitoring that you would do through a Telnet or direct-
connect access from a terminal.
Syntax:
telnet <switch-number>
where: unsigned integer is the switch number (SN) assigned by the
Commander to each member (range: 1 - 15).
To find the switch number for the Member you want to access, execute the
show stack view command in the Commander's CLI. For example, suppose
that you wanted to configure a port trunk on the switch named "North Sea"
in the stack named "Big_Waters". Do do so you would go to the CLI for the
"Big_Waters" Commander and execute show stack view to find the switch
number for the "North Sea" switch:
To access the "North Sea" console, you would then execute the following
command:
ProCurve(config)# telnet 3
You would then see the CLI prompt for the "North Sea" switch, allowing you
to configure or monitor the switch as if you were directly connected to the
console.
telnet

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