I just received a new 2960-X switch running sw release 15.0 and want to add it as a member to an existing stack of 2960-S switches. The 2960-S switches are running sw release 12.2.58.SE2. I'm thinking the 2960-X isn't going to join the stack with the 15.0 release. Is there a 12.2 release for the 2960-X that I could use to match it up with the 2960-S or is my only option to upgrade all of the 2960-S to the same release as the 2960-X?
Thanks. I am aware that I would be mixing the two and that the 2960S is limited to 4. I only have three in the stack. That being said, we returned the 2960X for a matching 2960S and issue is now closed. Thanks again for the assistance.
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