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For questions about stacking of network devices. For instance, you are stacking a new set of switches or firewalls, where you need help with configurations or are troubleshooting a problem.

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More generally, most stacking solutions require that the the stacking technologies and the software versions be the same for switches to participate in a stack. … While there appear to be other differences in the stacking technologies as well, I will simply state that there is no way to connect the 10Gig HDMI stacking ports to the 1Gig RJ45 stacking ports. …
answered Nov 8 '13 by YLearn
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Minimum and properly, two stacking cables (data). Providing the loop is the proper (and documented) way to stack these switches. … With the power stacking cables and a single 1100W power supply in each switch, you can have fully redundant power. …
answered Sep 23 '19 by YLearn