Difference between switch cascading, daisy chain and pt-to-pt connection
I just will like to clarify the differences between switch cascading, daisy chain and point-to-point connection. What exactly is the difference between cascade and daisy chain ? Is point-to-point connection just another term for daisy chain ?
My understanding is that with GigaStack, with cascasding configuration, you can only go up to 9 switches (with half-duplex) due to the limitation of GigaStack technology, right ?
But, if you were to configure point-to-point connection (in the daisy chain configuration), then, in theory there is no limitation, right ? But, usually, no more than 7 switches are recommended to be daisy chained due to STP performance issue, right ?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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