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How To Link/stack 16 1-10GB-F VC Enet modules via CX4 ????

 
Jay Leathers
Occasional Visitor

How To Link/stack 16 1-10GB-F VC Enet modules via CX4 ????

There is alot of info on the subject, however I have yet to see a diagram for the following:

I have 4 7000 enclosures each enclosure has four 1-10GB-F VC Enet modules in slots 1 and 2, 5 and 6.

How do link/stack 16 1-10GB-F VC Enet modules via CX4 cables ??

Any info would be appreciated

Thanks,

Jay L.
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Vincent Berger
Valued Contributor

Re: How To Link/stack 16 1-10GB-F VC Enet modules via CX4 ????

There's no single "right" way to lay out the stacking cables but you can find an example on page 41 of the Virtual Connect setup guide at http://bizsupport1.austin.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c01732252/c01732252.pdf
Frank Gessner
Frequent Advisor

Re: How To Link/stack 16 1-10GB-F VC Enet modules via CX4 ????

Hi Jay,

create any kind of a great closed loop with your CX4-Cables between all modules (horizonal there is always a backplane connection) and the
stacking check in VC will be happy...

regards, Frank