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2911 with one serial card and 2 hwic-4esw cards

I have configured a 2911 with one serial interface card and 2 hwic-4esw cards.  I configured 2 vlans on the router.  the serial card is in slot 0, and the 2 esw's are in slot 1 and 2.  the 4esw in slot 1 works fine.  I can communicate across both vlans with that card.  the second card, has no communication, even though I have the exact same configuration on the ports.

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In order to use two cards at

In order to use two cards at the same time, you will need to "stack" them. You will need to connect both cards using a crossover cable. So for 2x hwic-4esw, in total you will only have 6 usable ports because two ports are being used to connect/stack these two cards together.

This can be achieved by using switchport stacking-partner command on the interface level.

 

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In order to use two cards at

In order to use two cards at the same time, you will need to "stack" them. You will need to connect both cards using a crossover cable. So for 2x hwic-4esw, in total you will only have 6 usable ports because two ports are being used to connect/stack these two cards together.

This can be achieved by using switchport stacking-partner command on the interface level.

 

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Worked like a charm!  thank

Worked like a charm!  thank you sir!

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