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Configuration Guide - Device Management

S1720, S2700, S5700, and S6720 V200R011C10

This document describes the principles and configurations of the Device Management features, and provides configuration examples of these features.

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Summary of Stack Configuration Tasks

Summary of Stack Configuration Tasks

When a stack is set up, basic functions of the stack are available. To enhance system reliability and facilitate stack management, additional functions, such as MAD, need to be configured in the stack.

Table 9-3 lists the stack configuration tasks.

Table 9-3  Stack configuration tasks
Scenario Description Task

Set up a stack

Different stack connection modes have different hardware and software requirements. Select the appropriate mode to set up a stack based on device resources or network requirements.

To set up a stack, confirm the software and hardware requirements, install the hardware, and configure the software. After that, check whether the stack has been set up successfully.

Configure enhanced functions in the stack

The following configurations can be performed to enhance system reliability and facilitate stack management:

The preceding tasks are optional and can be configured based on your needs. It is recommended that you configuring MAD immediately after a stack is set up.

Configuring Enhanced Stacking Functions

Maintain the stack

You can perform the following tasks during stack maintenance:

The preceding tasks are optional and can be configured based on your needs.

Maintaining Stacks

Split the stack

If the stack is not required, split the stack to restore the member switches to standalone switches. Splitting a Stack
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