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Any problems using 3rd party 5M stackwise cables in Cisco 3750 stacks?

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I am trying to stack some 3750 switches but the 3M cable I have won't reach one of my switches.  I know I can buy 5M cables on the Internet however i don't believe Cisco supports that cable length.  Is anyone using 5M cables successfully in a 3750 stack?
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mhfa,
 Cisco does suppor the 5M stackwise cables. The cisco stackwise capability allows you to stack up to 9 switches which sometimes the 3M cable isnt' long enough. I'm currently using them on the 3750X's which work great.
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Terrific.  Thanks for the response.
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