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Stackable switch question

Hello,

Our existing network are using two 3560G 24 ports layer3 and nine 2960 layer2 switchs, they are created trunk between layer3 and layer2 with spanning tree, now the two 3560G no more ports to use, so want to buy new 3750 layer3 switch. My question is can we do the two 3750 needed to stack, then create LACP between both stacked 3750 switch for our storage, in addition to have more bandwidth in LACP and if one 3750 switch down, another 3750 continue to run.

Is is possible to do above configuration?

Thanks

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Stackable switch question

  Hi,

i'm not sure to understand your design, can you share a visio diagram?

Pier

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My question is can we do the two 3750 needed to stack, then create LACP between both stacked 3750 switch for our storage, in addition to have more bandwidth in LACP and if one 3750 switch down, another 3750 continue to run.

Is is possible to do above configuration?

Depends on the server(s) too, but usually the answer is yes.

BTW, you might want to look at the newer stackable L3 switches, 3650 and 3850, rather than the 3750X series.

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