Delete the Stack Configurations on a Cisco Switch

Delete the Stack Configurations on a Cisco Switch 

Delete the Stack Configurations on a Cisco Switch
Fig 1: Delete the Stack Configurations on a Cisco Switch

To delete the Stack configurations on a Cisco switch, you typically need to follow these steps:

1. Enter Configuration Mode: Access the switch's command-line interface (CLI) and enter configuration mode. This is usually done by typing `configure terminal` or `conf t` and pressing Enter.

2. Remove Stack Configuration: Depending on the switch model and the specific configuration, you may need to remove multiple configuration lines related to the stack. 

Common commands include:

   - `no stack-member-number provision type` (e.g., `no switch 2 provision type`)

   - `no switch stack-member-number priority new-priority` (e.g., `no switch 1 priority 15`)

   - `no switch stack-member-number renumber new-member-number` (e.g., `no switch 2 renumber 1`)

   - `no switch stack-member-number dual-active recovery`

   - `no switch stack-member-number dual-active enable`

   - `no switch stack-member-number dual-active exclude interface-id`

3. Save Configuration: After removing the stack configuration, save the changes to the switch's configuration by typing `write memory` or `copy running-config startup-config`. This ensures that the changes persist after a reboot.

Here's an example of how these commands might look:

Switch# configure terminal

Switch(config)# no switch 2 provision ws-c3850-24t

Switch(config)# no switch 1 priority 15

Switch(config)# no switch 2 renumber 1

Switch(config)# end

Switch# write memory


Please note that the specific commands and syntax may vary depending on your switch model and the current configuration. Be cautious when making configuration changes to avoid disrupting network operations.

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