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uplink (Cable connections and configuration)

i am not that much familiar but i can do little bit, actually i am confused here how to connect UTP cables and how to configure Trunk.

there is attach jpg file for clear scenario

i have 4 Switches cisco 2960-S series 

3 switches 48 Ports

1 switch    24 Ports

i want to up-link all 4 switches and configure trunk, so that all switches act like a one switch

i want steps to do it.

thanking you for your help!

 

 

  • LAN Switching and Routing
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To achieve your objective,

To achieve your objective, you would need to configure a 'stack', which you can do with your switches (this is what the 'S' denotes)

There are special cables that are required to do this, if you look at the back of the switch you will see the interface.

Martin

 

As said above, you need to

As said above, you need to plug the stack cables into them as per the guide below:

 

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/catalyst2960/hardware/installation/guide_stack/2960SHIG/HIGINSTL.html

 

 

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