Consideration of 3750 vs 6500 at the access layer:
1) Are the 3750-E failure times slower than a 6500 with dual/SUP'? I'm talking about a master switch failure in a 3750 stack or a stacking cable failure and I need to apply a scenario to an IPT network where I want to avoid dropping calls
2) When a stack master fails, how many seconds does it take before the network is back up or does the forwarding simply continue on a sub-second basis, thus avoiding any call dropping?
3) In terms of QOS and other features, will the 6500's benefit me in any way over the 3750's again considering this is going to be an IPT enabled network.