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how to stack 4200 and 3300, 4400

how to stack 4200 and 3300, 4400

how to stack 4200 and 3300, 4400

hi guys
I'd like to buy 4200 48-ports or 4500 48-ports.

can I have any problems with stack those switches with my old 3300 and 4400 ??

thanks in advance


RE: how to stack 4200 and 3300, 4400

As far as I know, the 4200 can be stacked (in a cluster) only with 4200G, 4210, 4500, 4500G, 4800G, 5500 and 5500G

You may want to check with 3Com though!

'When all else fails.......read the manual'

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