Hi, I've been trying to stack three switches a SG500-28P a SG500-52P and a SG500X-28P - the SG500s stack fine, however when I added the 500x to the stack, the unit deactivated itself and took itself off the network - not good as it was the core switch!
Any ideas what's going on, are they using a different stack protocol to the others - I was just going for native and 5G ?
Hi Moorthy - thanks for that, I wasn't too sure something had changed in firmware 1.4, as I had half read something on the web in another forum with people saying it was going to be the case that you could stack between 500 and 500X, but can't find the link again!
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