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HP e3800 vs Aruba 3800

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Re: HP e3800 vs Aruba 3800

Yep, I think the (1) No is a direct consequence of the (2) No...which, in turn, is a direct consequence [*] of the fact that those two ProVision based models (J9575A versus JL071A) are based on slightly different Hardware (and ProVision Software branches too).

[*] The ProVision Stacking way looks more sensitive to the exact pairing of its units - in terms of both Software and Hardware - than the Comware IRF way....given that Backplane Stacking or VSF Frontplane Stacking implemented in ProVision - now ArubaOS-Switch - isn't exactly - as Apples to Apples - IRF and vice-versa.