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Feature Support Comparison Between the Cisco Stackable Managed Switches for Hybrid Stacking

Objective

The Hybrid Stacking feature of the Cisco 350X and 550X Series enables you to stack a combination of SG350X and SG350XG, and Sx550X and SG550XG devices together, which allows you to make use of the supported features of all the devices in the stack.

The objective of this document is to show the feature support comparison between the SG350X and SG350XG, and Sx550X and SG550XG Stackable Managed Switches.

Applicable Devices

  • SG350X Series
  • SG350XG Series
  • Sx550X Series
  • SG550XG Series

Software Version

  • 2.2.5.68

550X and 550XG Feature Support Comparison

Feature

Sx550X

SG550XG

Hybrid Stack

Out-of-Band (OOB) Port

Not Supported

Supported

Not Supported

Media Access Control (MAC) table size

16K

64K

16K

Access Control List (ACL) Ternary content-addressable memory (TCAM)

3K – reserved

2K – reserved

2K – reserved

Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) table size

4K – reserved

8K – reserved

4K – reserved

Max MAC table aging

400

630

400

350X and 350XG Feature Support Comparison

Feature

SG350X

SG350XG

Hybrid Stack

OOB Port

Not Supported

Supported

Not Supported

MAC table size

16K

64K

16K

ACL TCAM

1K – reserved

2K – reserved

1K – reserved

Router TCAM

992 (affects also default and Max setting per each type)

7168 (affects also default and Max setting per each type)

992 (affects also default and Max setting per each type)

ARP table size

1K – reserved

8K – reserved

1K – reserved

Number of Multicast groups

2K

4K

2K

Max number of IPv6 interfaces

106

200

106

Max number of IPv6 hosts

210

1776

210

Max Onlink IPv6 Prefix

200

256

200

Max MAC table aging

400

630

400

IPv6 Manual Tunnel/ 6tp4 tunnel/ Intra-Site Automatic Tunnel Addressing Protocol (ISATAP) routing tunnel

Not supported

Supported

Not supported

 

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