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Connect new E4210G to old HTC5600-26C (in Stack)

 
Thomas_K
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Connect new E4210G to old HTC5600-26C (in Stack)

Hi everybody,

 

we have 3 HTC5600-26C switches in a stack and we want to connect a new HP E4210-48G to this stack.  Unfortunately there are no extension modules available for the HTC5600. The only way to connect the HP E4210 to the HTC-stack is on some 1GB ports. Can we build on each switch a trunk or a link aggregation? And if it is possible, how many ports can we stack together? We want a connection between 10GB an 15GB.

 

A Note: The new HP E4210-48G will connect to another HP E4210-48G at 10GbE SFP fiber (JD368B + JD092B), 300 feets away in another server room.

 

many thanks

Thomas K.

 

 

P.S. This thread has been moved from ProCurve / ProVision-Based to Comware-Based. - HP Forum Moderator

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manuel.bitzi
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Re: Connect new E4210G to old HTC5600-26C (in Stack)

Hi Thomas

 

The H3C5600 is the same as the HP E5500G. you can use the modules from it.

 

if you wont try it: you can create a linkaggregation with max 8x 1Gbit betwenn the H3C5600 and the 4210G

 

br

Manuel

H3CSE, MASE Network Infrastructure [2011], Switzerland