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DaZmud_9
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OS6350 Stacking

Post by DaZmud_9 » 16 Sep 2016 09:59

Hello everyone,

I'm looking for information about OS6350 stack. For now it's not possible. But i found information about that in next release this switch will support stacking.

Datasheet says: "Minimum AOS 6.7.1R04 is required for stacking capability". My question is: where can i find timeline, flow chart or something like that for AOS versions upgrade? When R04 will come?

Thank you for your help!

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Re: OS6350 Stacking

Post by silvio » 19 Sep 2016 15:22

Same infos at me. All has hoped with R03 stacking will introduced. But there wasn't this function. So we have to wait longer. I have no timeline - but I think it will take until 2017...
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Re: OS6350 Stacking

Post by dartzen » 20 Sep 2016 03:04

I don't think that it will take that long, since the stacking cables are already in the new WPL.

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Re: OS6350 Stacking

Post by DaZmud_9 » 04 Nov 2016 03:41

Hello guys,

New software release came out! Did somebody test stacking option on OS6350?

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Re: OS6350 Stacking

Post by silvio » 04 Nov 2016 13:24

last week I have seen AOS 6.7.1R04 first time and have successfull stacked the 6350-24/48. Automatically didn't work. You have to set the stack mode and slot id manually.
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Re: OS6350 Stacking

Post by daac84 » 06 Feb 2017 20:45

Hi

Please silvio you could remember me the commands, additional you could confirm to me which ports in a sw 6350 p48 are used for the stack 49-50 or 51-52, and how many can be stacked

Thank you

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Re: OS6350 Stacking

Post by devnull » 07 Feb 2017 02:38

Sorry but ... everything is in the Manual.

OS6350_AOS_6.7.1_R04_Hardware_Users_Guide.pdf page 7-2

Note. Stackable OS6350 models (see table above) have 4x1G uplink ports, two of which are capable of
5Gbps stacking. For OS6350-24/P24 switches, ports 27 and 28 can be used for stacking and, for
OS6350-48/P48 switches, ports 49 and 50 are both uplink (1Gbps) and stacking capable (5Gbps) ports.

page 7-3:
The mode of the OS6350 can be manually configured using the stack set slot mode as shown below:
-> stack set slot 1 mode stackable
The switch must be rebooted for the new mode to take affect.

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Please don't be lazy at least try to find it in the manuals before relying on someone else who has not been as lazy.

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Re: OS6350 Stacking

Post by daac84 » 07 Feb 2017 09:09

Hello

Thanks for the reply, I just found that info last night but in the partner portal, and I already manage to upload the equipment.

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