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C2960-S stacking question

Hi team,

I have a question regarding Cisco switches stacking, I am not really familiar with it.

My question is about stack v/s trunk: Does the stacking pass data between VLANs just like trunk ports do?

For example, if I have two stacked switches and NO trunk ports between them, will the ports (of the same VLAN of course) communicate with each other?

Thank you in advance.

Appreciated.

Regards

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Yes. Although I wouldn't say it's "just like " trunk ports since there's no VLAN tagging or 802.1q encapsulation.

A Cisco stack makes the physical switches one logical switch. All global commands (VLAN definitions etc.) apply to all the members of the stack.

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Yes. Although I wouldn't say it's "just like " trunk ports since there's no VLAN tagging or 802.1q encapsulation.

A Cisco stack makes the physical switches one logical switch. All global commands (VLAN definitions etc.) apply to all the members of the stack.

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