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Cluster 4510 and 8510

CGL
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Hi all, 

 

We have a client that has a MSE cluster with 5 x 8510s, with 2 of these being clustered into a single cluster separate from our Conductor.

 

Entity 1

TMS > 1 Clustered MCU > 2 x 8510s 

 

Entity 2

TMS > Conductor > 3 x 8510s 

 

We need to expand on entity 1's port capability and they are reluctant to move to CMS just yet. Is it possible to add a 4520 or 4510 to the 2 clustered 8510's so that it looks like this:

 

TMS > 1 Clustered MCU > 2 x 8510s 1x 4510 

 

I can't find any similar documentation on if this is possible. 

 

Any advice would be appreciated. 

 

Thanks, 

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Wayne DeNardi
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The Admin Guides say that a "Cluster" can only be made on MSE8510 blades, so you wouldn't be able to add a 45xx to a cluster.

 

Wayne
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Wayne DeNardi
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The Admin Guides say that a "Cluster" can only be made on MSE8510 blades, so you wouldn't be able to add a 45xx to a cluster.

 

Wayne
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Thanks so much Wayne, it's not perfect but we will remove a 8510 from the Conductor pool and cluster it with the MCU cluster and add the 45xx to the conductor pool in place. 

 

Thanks for your quick answer mate. 

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