stacking 2x X670V with 2x VIM4-40G4X


i want to stacking 2x X670V with 2x VIM4-40G4X, how i can do this please? i read the config guide but it's not realy clear. i want to have 2 x 40GB satck ports on vim!

on my config, i do this:

switch 1:
configure stacking-support stack-ports 1 selection native V80
configure stacking-support stack-ports 2 selection native V80
enable stacking-suppo

reboot

Switch 2:

configure stacking-support stack-ports 1 selection native V80
configure stacking-support stack-ports 2 selection native V80

reboot

Switch 1:

enable stacking

yes

yes

in rear of my switch, i cable like this witch QSFP+ DAC

SW1--PS1 to SW2--PS2
SW1--PS2 to SW2--PS1

thank's for your help

3 replies

Userlevel 4
The Easy Setup procedure creates a stack with a master and a backup. The remaining nodes areconfigured with the master capability disabled. Easy Setup provides you an easy way to configure the
required stacking parameters for all nodes.
To avoid an additional stack reboot, we recommend that you configure the following stack related
features before invoking easy setup:
• Stacking license restriction
• SummitStack-V
• VIM3-40G4X port configuration
• VIM4-40G4X port configuration
• Enhanced protocol for MPLS support on a stack

The connectivity for stacking cable is different

PARTHIBAN CHINNAYA wrote:

The Easy Setup procedure creates a stack with a master and a backup. The remaining nodes areconfigured with the master capability disabled. Easy Setup provides you an easy way to configure the
required stacking parameters for all nodes.
To avoid an additional stack reboot, we recommend that you configure the following stack related
features before invoking easy setup:
• Stacking license restriction
• SummitStack-V
• VIM3-40G4X port configuration
• VIM4-40G4X port configuration
• Enhanced protocol for MPLS support on a stack

The connectivity for stacking cable is different



thank's for your response.
Userlevel 7
Hi,

Don't use V80 in such a setup, you are wasting bandwidth. With 2 ports, you are doing V160.

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