Which Cables or Optical Modules Are Required for a Stack of CE Series Switches?

Created: Apr 17, 2018 19:58:15 470 0 0 0
A: Setting up a stack of CE series switches requires ordinary service cables instead of dedicated stack cables. Optical ports are connected using high-speed cables, AOC cables or optical modules and optical fibers; electrical ports are connected using Category 6, Category 6A, or Category 7 cables.
Pay attention to the following:
  • 10GE optical ports can be used for stack connections only when they have 10GE optical modules installed. They cannot be used for stack connections when having GE optical modules or GE copper modules installed.
  • SIP ports on the CE12800 can use network cables or LC fibers. When LC fibers are used, the SIP ports must have GE optical modules installed.
  • For CE8800&7800&6800&5800, in V100R006C00, 40GE optical modules of the QSFP-40G-SR-BD model cannot be used to set up a stack. This limitation does not apply to V200R001C00 and later versions.

You can also find the answer in CloudEngine Series Switches FAQs.
This post was last edited by sfa at 2018-05-09 17:38.
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