Could we create Stacking over two switches?

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Could we create Stacking over two switches?
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Alok Shukla

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SH

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Hello Alok,

which switches you are talking about? 

The Summit switches (e. q. x440 and x620) are stackabel.


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Stephan Harrer
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X440-G2
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Alok Shukla

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X440-G2 Switches
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Steven Lin, Employee

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There is an EXOS stacking tool, lots of detail information there, you can try below link.

https://stackingtool.extremenetworks.com/StackingTool/?_ga=2.186435425.938358096.1519566010-19917194...
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All EXOS switches (but x430) are stackable.
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HI, 

The following article could guide you.

Getting started with Summit Stacking
https://gtacknowledge.extremenetworks.com/articles/How_To/Getting-started-with-Summit-Stacking


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Bin
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Hi, Alok. If you're wondering whether you can stack different-model switches together, the answer is yes. The following tables will tell you which switch models can be stacked with each other, and the stacking methods to use in each case.

For switches that run EXOS version 16, use this table.

For switches that run EXOS version 21 & 22, use this table.

Larry Kunz
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