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Can two SG300's be "resilient"

Hi

Is it possible to configure two SG300 switches to be resilient so that if one were to fail the other instantly takes over and the network continues to function? I've not been able to find anything out about this, but that could be because I am not looking for the correct key words - or it is not possible.

Many thanks

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Re: Can two SG300's be "resilient"

Hello Neil,

You need stacking for this feature. SG300 is not a stackable switch. You may need 500 series switches. Please click the below link and see the section High Reliability and Resiliency:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/switches/ps10903/ps12128/c78-695646_data_sheet.html

Thanks,

Vijay

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Re: Can two SG300's be "resilient"

Hello Neil,

You need stacking for this feature. SG300 is not a stackable switch. You may need 500 series switches. Please click the below link and see the section High Reliability and Resiliency:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/switches/ps10903/ps12128/c78-695646_data_sheet.html

Thanks,

Vijay

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Re: Can two SG300's be "resilient"

Many thanks for the response Vijay, I'll check out the 500 switches as you suggest.

Neil

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Re: Can two SG300's be "resilient"

You are welcome Neil. Please rate if you are satisfied with the answer.

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