Adding New SGE2010 Swich to existing Stack using Ethernet Ports
Sorry if this seems like a very basic question, but here goes anyway. We recently purchased our 3rd Cisco SGE2010 switch; the first 2 are stacked using Port 24 (P24) and Port 48 (P48). What is the best way to add the newest switch in to the stack? This is one Network vLAN at this point. Also, if we split in to multiple vLANs, would it create an issue later?
Current Configuration (S1 = Master, S2 = Slaves):
S1-P24 to S2-P24
S1-P48 to S2-P48
My simple understanding is to setup like the following (S1 = Master, S2 & S3 = Slaves):
S1-P48 to S2-P24
S2-P48 to S3-P24
S3-P48 to S1-P24
P48 to P24 P48 to P24
S2---- P48 to P24 ---->S3
Would this be the best way or are there possible issues with the configuration?
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2. PDF with instructions on how to load and use the .tcl file.