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Cisco WS-C6504-E Swap out

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I have a WS-C6504-E switch that is failing to power up one of the two PWR-2700-AC PSU.  I have another WS-C6504-E switch on the way and i am going to swap them out.

My question is, my configuration files that are on my current switch, are they stored on the chassis themselves or one of my cards in the chassis?

Currently i have the following installed in my 6504

1- VS-S720-10G-SC 720 Supervisor blade
1- WS-C6724-SFP  24 port gig SFP blade

I was wondering if it would be as simple as taking these cards out and popping them in the new chassis.

Thanks for the help.
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All your configuration is saved on the Supervisor.
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That is what i was thinking.  Thanks for confirming.
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No problem!!!
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