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Changing Line card on Cisco 6513 switch

Posted on 2008-06-14
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Hi Experts,

This may be a silly question. If I change out a bad line card on a Cisco 6513 with the exact same replacement model line card, would I need to do any additional configurations or will it be a simple swap?
For example, with the switch still on can I just remove the bad line card, put the new one in, and plug the connections back into the ports? Will the port configurations stay the same (vlan info, speed info, etc)?
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Just replace the bad line card as there should no need to make any configurations.

Cheers

Yasir
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