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Gigabit MDA module

Gigabit MDA module

Gigabit MDA module

I have a stack of 4 bay 450 switches and one Buisness policy switch making a total stack of 5.

I am using two gigabit cards in the stack.  However one of the switches has a gigabit card which is not been used and i need to use it somewhere else.  Can i just pull the card or will i have to power down the stack.

RE: Gigabit MDA module

yeah , you have to power it down , since its not Hot-swappable ! i think there is a big warnning enclosed with the MDA.

RE: Gigabit MDA module

Thats what i thought.  Cheers

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