07-14-2013 11:50 PM
if you mean with "withdraw" set the switch in factory default, the simple way is to set both in AG mode.
AG Mode remove entire config, except IP, and password.
After reboot you can disable AG and set to classic Switch Mode.
07-15-2013 12:16 AM
correctly realized that if I want to have one of the switch modules factory was not a member of it more, I can just turn off switch, disconnect the wires and all? No problems with the factory will be no more errors and warnings, such as "where's the switch '
07-17-2013 04:51 AM
->Does this also remove license keys?
what is the reason, when the switch is set in AG= Access Gateway mode should remove the License ?
and honestly, I've not longer intention to discuss with you.
07-17-2013 05:11 AM
You say it removes all the config and I just asked a question if it also removes the licenses that are installed on the switch.
Licenses are part of the configuration done on a switch. Fairly logical line to draw if you ask me.
And if they are not removed, then it is not enough to run your commands to remove all the config to reset the switch to as it was from factory as there may be licenses installed..
If you have no intention of discussing then I will patiently wait until somebody else on this discussion forum responds.
07-17-2013 08:21 AM
When you enable Access Gateway mode (disruptive process) "some" fabric information is erased, such as the zone and security databases and the Administrative Domain config (only potentially applies to older FOS versions), but licenses are *not* removed.