Adding 3750-E to 3750G stack master?

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Reza Sharifi Tue, 01/12/2010 - 13:00
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Hello,


It does not matter which one is the master.  As long as you run the same IOS on all the boxes, you should be fine.

You would also need a StackWise cable since you are connecting an E to none E and not StackWise Plus.

The license is per box not per set or stack.


HTH

Reza

Leo Laohoo Tue, 01/12/2010 - 13:26
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All the members of the stack, including the master, should run the same IOS version number and the same FEATURE.  If the 3750G is running IP Services and the rest is IP Base you will have a problem during the failover of the master.  When the master (IP Services) fail, the remnants of the stack will have a seizure because the stack is expecting that the successor-to-the-throne will have IP Services.  Otherwise, not one of the stack members will take over.


Unless you need features of the IP Services, downgrade to the same feature as the rest.

cperkins2 Thu, 04/07/2011 - 19:04
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And also keep in mind that the overall stack switch forwarding capacity is reduced to 32 Gbps, because the ring negotiates down to StackWise mode..

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