I hope that you guys can help me. I'm looking to replace our aging 24 port McData switch with a Cisco switch (in particular the 9134).
I have just a couple questions. The 9134 says that it is "stackable". Since I will need growth up to 32 ports immediately, I need to know what equipment is necessary to stack two of these units? Do I need a stacking cable like what is used in data network switches?
Please help me. Other than 2 9134's, the SFPs, and the licensing - is there anything else that I need to order?
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