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i've two dell switch 1148N When i set one port for stacking, it automatically set two port: ex. Te1/0/3....it set also Te1/0/4

Is it possible to create a stack between 2 switches using only one port for each switch?

thanks in advance!

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  • What switch model? Most stackable switches have a special interface and cable, and you would loop it so that if one link goes bad, you do not split the switches where each thinks it is the stack master.
    – Ron Maupin
    Apr 29 at 13:42
  • Dell 1148 with 4 stackable port but 3 are user for server anche other spf cable...i've only one port
    – ankx7
    Apr 29 at 14:28

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Using a single port for stacking isn't possible with N1000 switches.

NOTE: N1124T-ON/N1148T-ON/N1124P-ON/N1148P-ON/N1500 10G SFP+ ports may only be configured as stacking in adjacent pairs, e.g. Te1/0/1 and Te1/0/2. If configuring all four ports as stacking, the pairs of stacking links must be connected to the same unit, i.e. both Te1/0/1-2 must connect to a single adjacent stack unit.

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