Stacking two X670's

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Create Date: Jan 31 2013 7:14PM

Does anybody have a diagram showing how to stack two x670's using the native ports 47 and 48?

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Create Date: Feb 4 2013 8:25PM

Hey Vince

I do not have a diagram but think of 47 and 48 no different then 1 & 2 for regular summit stacking.  47 goes to 48

Let me know if that helps of if you have any issues.

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Create Date: Feb 4 2013 8:29PM

Hey Vince

Right after I posted the last message I saw a diagram.

Go and get the Summit_Family_switches_Hardware_Installation_Guide from this link https://www.extremenetworks.com/servi...

Chapter 5 shows all of the ways that the switches can be stack and on page 174 figure 120 it shows using two 670s with other switches.

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