I am trying to stack a 3750g with a 3750x. At the moment they will not stack with their current IOS as the hardware version is mismatched.
According to various posts this is possible as long as the same IOS is in use. The following IOS are currently in use:
3750g - c3750-ipbaselmk9-tar.122-55.SE5
3750x - c3750e-ipbasek9-mz.150-1.SE3
I have tried to downgrade the IOS on the 'X' to 122-55.SE5 however, i get errors regarding firmware incompatibility.
I am unable to upgrade the IOS on the 'G' to 150-1.SE3, as the size of the IOS image is larger than the available flash (Version 15 IOS for the 3750G (c3750-ipbasek9-mz.150-1.SE3.bin) is 16,074,189 bytes whereas the 3750G has 16MB of flash memory or 15,998,976 bytes total which mean the IOS will not fit).
Has anyone actually stacked these devices successfully? I understand there may be licence implications of upgrading to 15 but at the moment I just want them to stack!
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