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setting 6 3750-E switches in stack mode

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I have been tasked with setting up 6 cisco 3750 switches in stack using stack wise. I would like to know how to do that. I already look at Cisco's website, but it does not have the commands listed to do the task. Please help.
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A 3750 joins a stack automatically.  The first switch needs to be configured as usual and powered on.  The additional switches should be connected with the stack cables and then powered on, one at a time.  When the switches see the connection to an already configured switch, they automatically join it as stack members.  If you find it necessary to manually configure switches already in a stack, use the "switch x priority yy" command.  You can use the "sh switch" and "sh switch neighbors" commands to view the stack.
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