Basically we will set up a cluster of 3750 in a stack ( 8 in total) using stackwise cables. However we will have three switches in cabinet 1 , 3 switches in cabinet 2 and 2 switches in cabinet 3. We hope to use 10 ft stackwise cables to link these switches.
My question is this.
Because we will not have the cables physically connected sequentially will we have a problem ?? So basically in cabinet one we will have sw1 cabled into sw2 --- sw2 cabled into sw3--- sw3 under the floor cabled into switch 1 in the next cabinet
I am aware that we will lose half our our bandwidth across the stack but not a deal breaker for us just yet. Any other concerns jumping out at you guys !!!
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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