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Stack wise or Ethernet cable makes any difference?

Folks, can you confirm this?

I would connect both 3750A and 3750B with stackwise cable/config. I just want to confirm that in this case that would be a good idea?

Please see attached diagram.

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Re: Stack wise or Ethernet cable makes any difference?

If you use a stacking cable it makes two or more physical switches one logical switch. Think 4500 or 6500 modular switches. each 3750 when stacked could be thought of as a line card. From your topology there should NOT be any issues. i would stack the switches because they will operate at 32gbps instead of a 1 gig ethernet link.

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Re: Stack wise or Ethernet cable makes any difference?

If you use a stacking cable it makes two or more physical switches one logical switch. Think 4500 or 6500 modular switches. each 3750 when stacked could be thought of as a line card. From your topology there should NOT be any issues. i would stack the switches because they will operate at 32gbps instead of a 1 gig ethernet link.

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