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2960 X Stacking Question

2960 X Stacking Question

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I'm using 2960 X with the flex stacking modules.

I currently have a 3 member stack in my computer room. My question is, I'm going to be adding 3 more switches that are located away in other bldgs. I will be connecting via fiber SFP+ modules. do those switches that I will connect using SFP+ modules get added to the stack ? or are they configured just like standalone switches with there own ip address ?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

RE: 2960 X Stacking Question

I think you can have a gigastack cross-connect, but I can't remember...since those are full vs half duplex

ip access-list extended IP-Options-and-Powerball
deny ip any any winning-powerball-ticket
permit ip any any option any-options
!
class-map ACL-Options-and-Powerball
match access-group name IP-Options-and-Powerball
!
policy-map CoPP-POLICY
class ACL-Options-and-Powerball
drop
!
control-plane
service-policy input CoPP-POLICY

RE: 2960 X Stacking Question

You would make them standalone switches with addresses.They can only be part of the stack if they are tied together with the backplane stack cables.

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