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Can I stack a SSII 3300 and SS3 4400?

Can I stack a SSII 3300 and SS3 4400?

Can I stack a SSII 3300 and SS3 4400?

We currently have a SuperStack II 3300.  We were thinking of purchasing a SuperStack 3 4400 to stack with it.  Can I do this?  I haven't yet been able to find this sort of information on 3Com's site.  The extender kit I have seen for sale is just for stacking two 4400s.


RE: Can I stack a SSII 3300 and SS3 4400?

You can't stack 3300 family in a 4400 family. In this case only one alternative, you have to use cross cable

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