There's something peculiar about what I read in an article on Cisco's site, and I'm wanting to get clarification:
The bottom part in this article under Figure 10: Local Switching, indicates that Stackwise doesn't locally switch, but Stackwise+ does. It *sounds* like if I send traffic from port 3/2 to port 3/23, it's going to circle the ring before getting to the port. Am I reading this right? Stackwise+ is only available on the 3750-E switches, and I have 3750-G.
oooo...look at the badge Congrats!
The article looks like it goes against everything a switch is supposed to do for port-to-port traffic....now you have traffic traversing the stack cable needlessly.....
Thanks for the congrats, still can't get used to seeing it each time i log in
Does seem to be a bit counterintuitive but i can't see any other way of reading it.