it might be because they'll only work for stacking unless the 10gb license is installed? Haven't used a full size 7150. Make sure you're running the latest bootloader and firmware, (use the 7150 config guide all the way through, jit's the same firmware: ICX7150 - Fohdeesha Docs ). However the licenses available will differ from the guide examples. at the enable level type "license install perpetual 1" and hit tab a bunch, it should show you the available license name arguments for that command, run the full command with each of them to install all the lics, then you need to set the ports to 10gb which I believe on that switch would be:I recently picked up a 24 port ICX7150 after finding a good eBay deal on a brand new one (I liked the fanless nature of it and the even lower power draw than the 6450). I've been doing some configuration on it and had a question that I wondered whether anyone could help with.
It seems to come with two of the 10 gig ports configured for stacking by default. I don't want to do stacking and would rather use them to connect devices. I was able to remove one, but now if I do "no stack-port 1/3/1" to try to remove the remaining one, I get "Error! cannot remove the only stack-port 1/3/1."
I've already disabled stacking. Is there a restriction where one of the ports has to be used for stacking, or is there something else I'm missing (I'm new to these enterprise type switches)? What happens if you just connect a regular device to a stacking port?
Also thanks to Fohdeesha for the excellent guides and resources!
int e 1/3/1 to 1/3/4
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when it comes back up you should be able to run "no stack-port xxx" on everything. If you still can't, paste the output of "show stack". Looking at their command example for the full size 7150, it might just always have 1/3/1 as a stacking port, but you can still use it for devices I guess: Converting stacking ports to data ports on ICX 7150 devices