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Cisco 2960S and 2960X Stack

Posted on 2014-03-11
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Hi,

We have 2 2960S switches that are connected via a port channel. We need more port capacity, so we would like to extend this. We have 2 2960X switches with a flexstack module which we would like to add. In the end it will be a mixed stack of 2 S switches  and 2 X switches. Has anybody got tips/experience with this?:

1 The S switches are in a production environment, so downtime must be minimized (is the flexstack hot swappable on the S series?)
2 Does the software version (build) need to be the same on all switches?
Any other tips/idea's are welcome
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