Which cables can be used to set up a stack of CE series switches

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Common Ethernet cables can be used to set up a stack of CE series switches, and no dedicated stack cable is required. Optical ports are connected using high-speed cables or optical modules and optical fibers, and electrical ports are connected using Category 6, Category 6A, or Category 7 cables.

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

Are dedicated cables required for setting up a stack of CE series switches
Common Ethernet cables are used to set up a stack of CE series switches, and no dedicated stack cable is required. High-speed cables, active optical cables (AOCs), or optical modules and optical fibers are used for connecting optical ports. Category-6, Category-6A, or Category-7 Ethernet cables are used to connect electrical ports.

Can CE series switches use stack cards to set up a stack
CE series switches cannot use stack cards to set up a stack.

How many cables are required for setting up a stack of CE switches
At least one cable is required to connect two member switches. To ensure reliability, you are advised to use two cables to connect different cards of two member switches.

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