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well this is how I have understood it.
There are 2 different types of stacks.
Data stack and power stack.
It is possible to use a powerstack with 9 units.
but that requires a xps 2200.
You can have several powerstacks in one datastack of max 9 units.
this is supported.
However you are not supposed to use 2 datastacks with one powerstack.
that is not supported
Powerstacks are max 4 units (if not using xps).
Datastacks are max 9 units.
There is no ios ip base.
it is the same ios just a different license.
The L3 (ipase and so on) does not stack with L2 (lan base).
However that said you can actually buy L2 switches and do a test license upgrade and they will work for something like 86 days as a L3.
but the next reload after that will not be a happy one when it does not connect to the l3 stack anymore.
My personal reflection.
If the company is willing to do what you have stated then I would think twice before I had to be in the position of sending them a bill.
Get paid in advance and CoD.
Very well said. Thank you so much for your wonderful reply. So using three powerstack for one data stackwise is possible right? I can manage the entire 9 switch stack with a single IP but at the back, they have 3 powerstack ring topology separate from each other.
Yeah I told them not to buy the LAN base software if they are going to use the powerstack and since Cisco is doing licensing now unlike before. I have seen this type of IOS with the new 2900 and 3900 series routers and I wanted to know if the 3750X is just the same. Well, looks like it's the same so they have the IP base right away and not wish to upgrade the LAN base image.
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