Yes, you can use the "2G/5G" ports to get 2Gbps or 5Gbps bandwidth and it can be used for stacking also. But you may have to buy an apporpriate SFP (Small Form-factor Pluggable) adapter based on what speed you wish to use.
I was wondering if it is possible to configure the stack ports individually?
It would be a good feature if you could configure the stack ports individually. I want to configure multiple stacks of 2 switches, but use one of the ports (G25 or G26) as an uplink port to the next building, but not stack between buildings.
Bld 1 Bld 2 Bld 3
Unit 1 /----- Unit 1 /------ Unit 1
Unit 2 -----/ Unit 2 -----/ Unit 2
I've done a bit of research, and it looks like they are paired, so I assume not? The problem then is that one port is wasted from the stack pair (eg G26) which could be used as the uplink port. This means that it is better from a port density point of view not to stack them and use G25 and G26 as uplinks.
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