Whether the CX911 supports stacking


The CX911 of the latest version supports stacking and provides 2 x 40GE ports that are connected to the midplane for interconnecting or stacking modules.
The CX911 delivered in 2013 does not support L3 switching and stacking. If these functions are required, you can upgrade the software.

Other related questions:
Whether the CX911 supports GE or 10GE ports
The CX911 supports 10GE optical ports. The ports adapt to GE ports. The supported ports are as follows: ? 10GE switching plane: 32 x 10GE downlink ports (each half-width slot: 2 x 10GE) and 16 x 10GE uplink optical ports ? FC switching plane: 12 x FCoE downlink ports connected to slots 1 to 12, 4 x FC downlink ports connected to slots 13 to 16, and 8 x 8G FC uplink ports

Whether switch modules used on the E9000 support NAT
The switch modules used on the E9000 do not support the NAT function.

Whether the firewall supports stacking

Whether USG firewalls support the stacking feature
USG firewalls do not support the clustering or stacking function. You can configure hot standby to improve reliability.

Whether S series fixed switches support stacking
The Typical Configuration Examples document describes whether each model and version of S series fixed switches (except S1700 switches) supports stacking as well as stack modes, hardware and software requirements, typical networking, and configuration steps. For details, click Typical Configuration Examples and choose Typical Stack Configuration of Fixed Switches- Determining the Stack Connection Mode and Hardware and Software Requirements.

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