We have a new building under construction, and the architects have realised some of the cat 6 cabling will be longer than 90m, putting them outside spec. So they want to put in several extra cabinets which I would then put some extra switches in, which I don't want to do as I prefer one logical switch (stack) per building.
Does anyone have experience of cabling longer than 90m? Has it worked fine or do you see problems?
Alternatively, if I get them to consolidate the cabling to a single extra cabinet, and then run fibre back to the main rack, could I stretch the stack that far? I'll likely be using X440-G2s.