Hi... Does anyone tried Cross Stack Equal Cost Route? is there any best practice?
The Cisco StackWise interconnect technology is designed with two counter-rotating paths of 16 Gb each. In order to efficiently load balance traffic, packets are allocated between these two logical counter-rotating paths, which creates the 32-Gb interconnection. There are dual paths from any port to any other port within the Catalyst 3750 stack. Therefore, maximum uptime is ensured because there is always an alternate path available if a failure occurs in either path. The Catalyst 3750 supports:
Cross-stack UplinkFast (with subsecond failover)
Cross-stack equal cost routes across different switches in the stack
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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