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SG500-28 and SG500-28P can be Stacked???

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Mar 8th, 2016
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Hi everyone, I have a concern about stacking SG500 Switches.

I have two SG500-28 stacked and working as the central of the net, and I need to provide PoE to some Ip Phones and I'm thinking to buy and SG500-28P, but I would like to know if it will be possible to replace one of the SG500-28 Switches of the stack with the new SG500-28P and maintain the stack configuration??

I will apreciate any information that you can give me..

PS: Sorry for my English writing.

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Glenn Martin about 1 year 2 months ago

This should not be a problem. The problem come when you attempt to implement Stacking across product families (i.e. SG200 and SG500)...

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Glenn Martin Mon, 05/23/2016 - 12:39
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This should not be a problem. The problem come when you attempt to implement Stacking across product families (i.e. SG200 and SG500)...

cacravero Mon, 05/23/2016 - 21:24
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Thanks a lot I will let you know soon as I can tested. We are in Argentina so we have 100 days to get the equipment here.

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