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Cisco 3850 x 5 Members with Stack Power

Good day Fellow Networkers,

Cisco Catalyst 3850 Series Switches Q and A states that "Up to four switches can become part of the same Cisco StackPower stack in a ring topology".  If the stack contains 5 or more members then presumeably, stackpower will continue to deliver functionality provided that I power multiple members of the stack with a gap of no more than four switches?

Thanks in anticipation

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When you are dealing with

When you are dealing with StackPower, the maximum limit is 4 switches.  You can't do anything about that. 

 

If you have 5 switches, then you split your StackPower like 2 & 3 or whatever combination you want.

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Hi,  In this case the

Hi,

 

 In this case the functionality is limited to 4 switches in the stack power due to physical limitations, if you have more then 4 then you will need to configure 2 different stack power instances.

 

Hope this helps.

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