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can i install two switch in stack of different models? an SW X250e-48t with an SW X440-48P

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If Summit X440 is 1G uplink model, they can be configured as a stack using SummitStack stacking ports on the rear side. But, Summit X440 is 10G uplink model, they can not be configured as a stack.
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Hi Daniel, 

As an added resource, below is a link that shows a matrix of different Summit switches, if they can be stacked and any dependencies.

http://documentation.extremenetworks.com/summit_16/Summit_Family_HW_Install/Stacking/r_combining-switches-from-different-series.shtml

Hope this helps.
Tony
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Thanks Tony but the matrix don ́t show me X250e-48t model
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As Kevin mentioned, we would need to confirm if the x440 is a 10G uplink model.  In the 'show switch' output, the Sys Name field it will show the full type of the switch, for example: Summit x440-48p-10G.  If the "10G" is present it will not stack with the x250.  If the switch shows as x440-48p it should stack ok.
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Ok perfect... the model is x440-48p... thansk bro... regards