I have a question regarding the limits of the standard StackWise technology (not StackWise+).
I have 5 x WS-3750G-24-TS in a stack connected at full bandwidth with the stacking cables.
If I read correctly then every frame that passes through the switch stack has to hit the Stack-Ring due to the lack of Local Switching with the StackWise technology, so if I'm correct does that effectivley mean that the maximum per port bandwidth can be figured out by the forumulae:
Stack Ring Bandwidth / Number of ports connected at Full Duplex.
So in my case:
32Gbps / 140 ports @ 1Gbps.
If the above is correct is this a hard limit as in the port would only function at around 228Mbps even when not busy or would only burst to a maximum of 228Mbps as dictated by the Stack-Ring bandwidth?