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STACK-T1 vs STACK-T2 vs STACK-T3

What are the differences? What should I use for stacking Cisco 3850?

Thank you very much.

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Each model have different connection port - with different Length, you need order based on the model and switch you ordering (which can be used for stacking right cable)

 

STACK-T1 - is used for 3850 ( same can be used in C9300(not L)

STACK -T3 for Cat 9300L

STACk - T2 used old 3K switches.

 

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balaji.bandi
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difference is length major.

STACK-T1

 

STACK-T2

 

STACK-T3

 

here is you find information :

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/catalyst3850/hardware/installation/guide/b_c3850_hig/b_c3850_hig_appendix_01000.html

 



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What about same length? STACK-T1-1M vs STACK-T2-1M

Thank you very much.

Each model have different connection port - with different Length, you need order based on the model and switch you ordering (which can be used for stacking right cable)

 

STACK-T1 - is used for 3850 ( same can be used in C9300(not L)

STACK -T3 for Cat 9300L

STACk - T2 used old 3K switches.

 

Hope this information help you.



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Hello

 


@ปลาวาฬทราย RMUTT CPE IX wrote:

What should I use for stacking Cisco 3850?


You use the most applicable to your physical environment within the comms racks, if the stack switchs are spearated via multiple cable mgt then use the longer stack cabling, if they are close together use the shorter and they can be mixed you dont have to all the same size to complete a stack ring



kind regards
Paul

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