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S6700 Series Switches Hardware Description

This document provides an overall description of the S6700 hardware, helping you obtain detailed information about each chassis, power module, fan module, cable, and optical module.

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Dedicated Stack Cable

Dedicated Stack Cable

Types of Dedicated Stack Cables

Table 9-15 lists the applicable dedicated stack cables.

Table 9-15 Dedicated stack cables



Electrical Attribute

Bend Radius

Connector Type

Part Number

SFP-10G-CU0M5 0.5 m Passive 25 mm SFP+ to SFP+ 02311VGK
SFP-10G-CU1M5 1.5 m Passive 25 mm SFP+ to SFP+ 02311VGN

Appearance and Structure

Figure 9-34 shows the appearance of a dedicated stack cable.

Figure 9-34 Dedicated stack cable appearance

Each dedicated stack cable has a Master tag on one end, and the untagged end is the slave end.

Figure 9-35 shows the structure of a dedicated stack cable.

Figure 9-35 Dedicated stack cable structure

Stack Setup

Dedicated stack cables can only be used to connect certain switch models, enabling them to set up a stack without manual configuration. For details on how to connect the stack cables, see the printed Dedicated Stack Cable Connection Guide delivered with the cables.

Before setting up a stack, confirm the stack connection mode supported by the member switches, as well as the hardware and software requirements. For details, see "Determining the Stack Connection Support and Mode" under "Typical Stack Configuration of Fixed Switches" in the Typical Configuration Examples.

Updated: 2020-02-17

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