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Joining two 3560 switches...

Hello,

I joined two 3560 switches via a special cable from port 28 to port 28 on the other 3650.

When I bring up the web access interface I only see the first 3560. I have an ip on the first deivice, do I need to put another IP on the second device? TIA, Gary

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Re: Joining two 3560 switches...

Hi Friend,

If you want to access/manage both the switches through one ip adress you need to configure them as cluster.

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/lan/cat3560/12235se/scg1/swclus.htm#wp1028865

If you do not configure them as cluster then you need to assign both the switches with their own ip address and then you can manage both the switches seperately using their own ip address.

HTH

Ankur

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