I just purchased 3 cisco WS-C3850 switches for our iSCSI network, so they are stacked. I've messed with cisco switches and have worked a lot with dell switches, i do understand networks. Anyway, I've configured 2 vlans, vlan12 (1 port for mangement) and vlan15 (47 ports for the iSCSI network. I set an IP for vlan12 and that's it. That's all I've configured. However, switch 2 and 3 will loose the boot path when I reboot. So they don't come back up after a reboot and therefore I have to console in to fix the problem. Has anyone ever heard of this before?
Does anyone have an idea as to the configuration I should setup?
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