the 3560 has Gig interfaces,so it depends on your bandwidth requirements
Please remember a new switch might not join a stack when Cisco IOS versions or stack protocol versions differ.
The 3750 was with the stack and I took it out when I got a 2nd 3750E so it would be Stackwise Plus. So what I am asking, is 1 gig ports with 1 gig uplinks better than 100mb ports that are using the switch stack backplane. I guess the 100mb ports are still a bottle neck no matter, right?
what I am asking, is 1 gig ports with 1 gig uplinks better than 100mb ports that are using the switch stack backplane.
I don't think I understand your question - You connect the 3750's via its stack wise ports correct?
If that's the case the backplane would be much more then 100mb or 1Gb uplinks.via SFP's
Make sure the ios and feature set are the same on either models?
So I am better off using a 100mb switch and running my stack at just stack wise. Or should I dump the 100mb switch and use a gig switch with 1 gig uplinks?
Ah ..I misread you OP - Now I see.
For switch interconnectivity I would go for stackwise- For end node access 1gb is far better than 100mb however saying that it doesn't necessary mean you get 1Gb speed at the access layer anyway- so with all that in mind I would opt for the
-- 3750 switch via stackwise...
Just to add that the Cisco 3560G are already End of Life. I recommend looking at the 3750-X for a current replacement series/model.
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