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3810 stacking

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  • 1.  3810 stacking

    Posted May 21, 2020 05:36 AM

    Hello. I want to stack two 3810 switches for redundancy. The downlink used for the switch is mostly 10G. As far as I know, the recommended link for stack if the downlink mostly 10G is 40G. The 3810 doesn't have a 40G port, can I use 4 10G SFP+ for that stack link?


    Sorry for the noob-ish question and thank you


    #3810


  • 2.  RE: 3810 stacking

    Posted May 21, 2020 09:05 AM

    Hi,

     

    3810 does not support VSF. You need a stacking module.



  • 3.  RE: 3810 stacking
    Best Answer

    Posted May 21, 2020 10:52 AM

    Yep, for a two members Stack you need two Stacking Modules and four Stacking Cables:

     

    3810M_backplane_stacking.png

     

    Aruba SKUs:

    • Aruba 3810M 4-port Stacking Module (JL084A)
    • Aruba 3800 0.5m Stacking Cable (J9578A)
    • Aruba 3800 1m Stacking Cable (J9665A)
    • Aruba 3800 3m Stacking Cable (J9579A)

    I suggest you to familiarize with this document first.