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Stacking C2H124-48P & Stacking C2H124-48

Stacking C2H124-48P & Stacking C2H124-48

Stacking C2H124-48P & Stacking C2H124-48

Hello everyone.

My name is Sascha and I'm working as an administrator for the IT-environment in my company.

My problem is, that I want to bring a C2H124-48-switch into a stack of 3 Stacking C2H124-48P-switches. They all have the same firmware and I copied the configuration from the management-switch to all stack members (including the C2H124-48). But still this switch is showing a "configmismatch"-status. Is it even possible to stack these 4 switches? What else can I do to make them work?

Thank you very much!

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