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.
On each switch, type the commands to configure the stacking ports:
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.
- "enable stacking-support"
- "y" to save and reboot
- "configure stacking-support stack-ports all selection native v160"