Sorry if this is a stupid question, but imagine I have on my core, two 6509's. I want to configure VSS in the future.
Then 6509-Core is connected to distribution swtiches (2) 3750 12 SFP, stackwise.
a) Am I right that a stack of 3750's provide similar function when compared to VSS? That is, the ability to "eliminate" STP.
b) If answer to a) is no, is the 3750 ever going to run VSS?
the question is not stupid at all.
From an high level point of view both VSS and stacking allows to consolidate two devices (only two with VSS) or more devices (stacking) in a single box.
Be aware that STP is still running: the VSS pair and the stack act each as a single STP bridge sending out BPDUs with the same Bridge-ID out all ports.
So from the limited point of view of STP both VSS and stacking provide consolidation and as a single box behaviuor.
Of course VSS is different in the implementation :
in current implementation via the VS trunk a single supervisor controls both chassis with the other chassis' sup acting as standby.
In stacking the master will be able to provide a coherent interface to configure ports in all modules.
VSS provides this consolidation also at L3 for all routing protocols and so on.
I don't think a VSS for C3750 is needed but stack is a form of VSS (or its predecessor)
Hope to help