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Created: Nov 27, 2019 07:38:08Latest reply: Nov 27, 2019 07:38:51 224 1 0 0
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I want to know how CE6800 switches are stacked. Does anyone know how it is stacked? Because I want to use it for some experiments

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jason_hu
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Hi ster

For multiple devices to form a stack, you need to connect the physical member port of the stack that is bound to the stack port of the device to the physical member port of the stack that is bound to the stack port of the neighbor member device, as shown
The ports used for stacking connections can be 10GE optical ports or 40GE optical ports. Multiple member ports can be added to a stack port, but 10GE and 40GE ports cannot be added at the same time.

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There are two stacked connection topologies: chain connection and ring connection

Ring connections are more reliable than chain connections. When a link failure occurs in a chain connection, the stack will be split; when a link in a ring connection fails, a chain connection will be formed, and stack services will not be affected. as the picture shows

Stack connection topology diagram

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For stack configuration you can refer to the link information:https://support.huawei.com/hedex/hdx.do?docid=EDOC1100101219&id=EN-US_CONCEPT_0141125582&lang=en



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jason_hu
jason_hu Admin Created Nov 27, 2019 07:38:51 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hi ster

For multiple devices to form a stack, you need to connect the physical member port of the stack that is bound to the stack port of the device to the physical member port of the stack that is bound to the stack port of the neighbor member device, as shown
The ports used for stacking connections can be 10GE optical ports or 40GE optical ports. Multiple member ports can be added to a stack port, but 10GE and 40GE ports cannot be added at the same time.

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There are two stacked connection topologies: chain connection and ring connection

Ring connections are more reliable than chain connections. When a link failure occurs in a chain connection, the stack will be split; when a link in a ring connection fails, a chain connection will be formed, and stack services will not be affected. as the picture shows

Stack connection topology diagram

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For stack configuration you can refer to the link information:https://support.huawei.com/hedex/hdx.do?docid=EDOC1100101219&id=EN-US_CONCEPT_0141125582&lang=en



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