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SG500-28 and SG500-28P can be Stacked???

Hi everyone, I have a concern about stacking SG500 Switches.

I have two SG500-28 stacked and working as the central of the net, and I need to provide PoE to some Ip Phones and I'm thinking to buy and SG500-28P, but I would like to know if it will be possible to replace one of the SG500-28 Switches of the stack with the new SG500-28P and maintain the stack configuration??

I will apreciate any information that you can give me..

PS: Sorry for my English writing.

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Cisco Employee

This should not be a problem.

This should not be a problem. The problem come when you attempt to implement Stacking across product families (i.e. SG200 and SG500)...

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Cisco Employee

This should not be a problem.

This should not be a problem. The problem come when you attempt to implement Stacking across product families (i.e. SG200 and SG500)...

Community Member

Thanks a lot I will let you

Thanks a lot I will let you know soon as I can tested. We are in Argentina so we have 100 days to get the equipment here.

Community Member

Hi,

Hi,

As Glenn pointed out you are in right direction.

Below links can come in handy to answer your questions Cisco 500 series switches.


Data sheet - http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/switches/small-business-500-series-stackable-managed-switches/c78-695646_data_sheet.html


Admin guide - http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/csbms/Sx500/administration_guide/500_Series_Admin_Guide.pdf

Jeb
Toronto

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