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Old 07-25-2014, 07:44 AM
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Ok. Actually it's not even a Cisco config - I just assumed. The switches I'm converting the configs for are Extremeware (?) and I'm already stumped.

The config line is: "configure sys-recovery-level switch reset" and I found it means this:
Use this command for system auto-recovery upon detection of hardware problems. You can configure
the Summit X450 family of switches to take no action, automatically reboot, or shutdown if the switch
detects a hardware fault. This enhanced level of recovery detects faults in the CPU.
Reset - Configures the switch to reboot upon detecting a hardware fault. ExtremeWare XOS logs fault, error, system reset, and system reboot messages to the syslog.

So what Avaya command do I put into my 3526T to do this?
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