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What is clustering of switches meant for ?
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Clustering is just making it easier to configure the switch as a stack more or less you have 6 switches in a cluster you can add information to them very quickly through the cluster manager.

Basically clustering refers in the cisco world to a way of managing the switches not a network design persay.

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