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How to configure V160 stacking for 2 Summit X670 switches using VIM4 or X670-G2 with 4q ports

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TitleHow to configure V160 stacking for 2 Summit X670 switches using VIM4 or X670-G2 with 4q ports
Objective
How to configure stacking for 2 Summit X670 switches using VIM4 and V160 speed
Environment
  • Summit X670
  • EXOS
  • VIM4
  • Summit x670G2 with 4q
Procedure
  1. On the x670 with VIM 4: For V160 speed, connect ports S3 on one switch to S4 on the other, and S4 on the first switch to S3 on the second switch.
    On the x670-G2 with 4q ports: Connect ports 57 and 61 to each other.
    
    
  2. On each switch, type the commands to configure the stacking ports:
  • "enable stacking-support"
  • "reboot"
  • "y" to save and reboot
  • "configure stacking-support stack-ports all selection native v160"
  • "reboot"
      3.  Once the switches are cabled up, login to the switch that you want to be the master, and type the command "show stacking" and confirm you see both switches.
      ​4.  Type "enable stacking" and y for yes for easy setup.  This will configure both switches to operate as a stack.
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