Do CE series switches support service port stacking

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Yes CE series switches support service port stacking.

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Service ports on S series fixed switches that support stacking
For details about service ports on S series fixed switches that support stacking, click Typical Configuration Examples and choose Typical Stack Configuration of Fixed Switches- Determining the Stack Connection Mode and Hardware and Software Requirements. This section 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 to set up stacks.

Can only one service port be used as a stack port for CE switches
Yes. To improve reliability, you are advised to add at least two physical member ports to each stack port.

Do all CE series switches support stacking
All CE series switch models in all versions support stacking.

If two service ports on an S series fixed switch are configured as stack ports, can other service ports on the switch that are not configured as stack ports be used to run services
For most S series fixed switches, the ports that are not configured as stack port can still run services. For example, when two rear SFP ports on an S5700-52P-LI switch are configured as stack ports, the other two rear SFP ports can forward service data. However, on the S6700EI and S6720EI, every four ports are added to one group. A group of ports must function as stack ports or service ports together. That is, when one port is configured as a stack port, the other three ports in the same group will automatically be configured as stack ports but cannot function as service ports.

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