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Automatic Power supplies up issue

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We have 4510 series switch which contains two power supplies,when one power supply got bad and down but second power supply didnot get up. pls help me how to configure a Layer 3 switch for Power failure automatic recovery, is Layer 3 switches doesnot have a service to make it Secondary Power supply make it up.

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ramu
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"power redundancy-mode redundant" is the command you need to make them redundant.  If you have the "power redundancy-mode combined" command, then they won't be redundant.  Hope this helps.
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