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Cisco 3750 stacking

Dear All,

We have 3 Nos of cisco 3750G cisco switches.

2nos are 48 port and 1No. of 24 port.

Now we are planning to stack all three switches using stackwise technology.

We will configure different vlan’s on the switches for users/server/router segments.

Also we want access-list level filtering between different segments.

Also we want to have redundancy of the servers in case any of the switches (in stack) fail

Can the redundancy of servers be achieved across switches in stack (Using STP or Etherchannel at switch end and teaming feature at server end)

Pls suggest with configuration (Vlan, Interface, access-list).

Regards

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Re: Cisco 3750 stacking

Up to nine switches can be stacked together in a switching environment. For you to know the complete info about the physical stacking of switches and configuring them, the following URL has some useful information in it.I think this will be useful for you.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/switches/ps5023/products_installation_guide_chapter09186a00801b16e1.html#1006595

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/switches/ps5023/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a008050245f.html

Purple

Re: Cisco 3750 stacking

The answer is basically yes for all the things you mentioned . Once you create your vlans , you then create your SVI's for each vlan and then you apply your ACL's on the SVI's . For server redundancy cross stack ehterchannel is allowed on the 3750's so you would put one link on one switch and the other link of the etherchannel on a different switch in the stack.

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