In our network design we want to create an ethernetchannel between two 3750E stacks, using two ports from switch 1 and two ports for switch 2 in Stack A and two ports from switch 1 and two ports for switch 2 in Stack B. This way we create a "fully meshed" etherchannel between the two stacks. Has anyone done this or knows that this works?
Re: Cross stacked Etherchannel between 3750 stacks
Yes our switches are to far apart to put them in one stack.
There wouldn't be a loop with STP blocking one way. From a logical design point this would be just one switch connected to another switch with one etherchannel between them. Where the etherchannel consists of four physical ports.
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