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3750X network module question

Good Afternoon,

We are looking to utilize the 10Gbe ports on our Network module we have in our Cisco 3750x switches.

We currently have a stack of 2 switches. We are looking to keep our 1 GBe uplinks in a Port-Channel to our core while servicing 10 GBe links for our dell Blade server network modules.

I know within the same module you cannot mix the 2 interfaces but how about within a switch stack? Can we have both uplinks on 1GBe on switch 1 and the 10 GBe links on switch 2? Yes i realize we lose switch level redundancy.

Thoughts?                 

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Can we have both uplinks on 1GBe on switch 1 and the 10 GBe links on switch 2? 

Sure.

I know within the same module you cannot mix the 2 interfaces but how about within a switch stack?

You can't use a gig and 10g in the same module pair (1,2 and 3,4) but you should be able to use gig in 1,2 and 10g in 4 or 10g in 2 and gig in 3,4.

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