Virtual-switch characteristics of noise-induced stochastic resonance using leaky integrate-and-fire (LIF) model was focused in this article. For LIF neuron model, Gaussian white noise was added to the simulating system. The condition of spike-starting was studied through the system. With the increase of noise intensity, the stimulated spikes became more and more intensive. With proper white noise intensity, the amount of excitatory spikes was enough to generate spike trains. We expected to design a virtual-switch utilizing this mechanism for neural data processing field.