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Mixing 3750G with 3750X

Nikos Nicolaides

Hello, i have a stack of :

1x WS-C3750G-48TS-S and 1x WS-C3750G-24TS-1U, Can I stack 1x 3750X-12S so i can have 10G uplinks?

TIA, Nicos Nicolaides
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Leo Laohoo
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Yes you can.

Same rules:

1.  Entire stack must have the same IOS version; and

2.  Entire stack must have the same Feature Set.

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Yes you can, although your 3750X gives up some of its StackWisePlus features.

Leo notes having same IOS version and feature set.  Actually what Leo is saying isn't always required in all situations, but using same IOS version is a really, really good idea.  Having the same feature set makes stack management easier, but considering the extra licensing costs for some feature sets, you might want to determine what you really need vs. your requirements.

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