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S600-E V200R013C00 Configuration Guide - Device Management

This document describes the configurations of Device Management, including device status query, hardware management, Stack, SVF, cloud-based management, PoE, OPS, energy-saving management, information center, fault management, NTP.
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Stack Modes

Stack Modes


Stack member switches must be directly connected.

S600-E series switches can set up a stack through service port.

Service port stacking allows member switches to be connected using service ports, without requiring dedicated stack cards. These service ports are configured as stack member ports and bundled into a logical stack port. Figure 3-7 shows stack member ports and logical stack ports in a stack.

Figure 3-7  Service port connections
  • Stack member port

    A stack member port is a service port used to set up a stack link between stack member switches. Stack member ports forward service packets or stack protocol packets between member switches.

  • Logical stack port

    A logical stack port is created by bundling stack member ports to connect stack member switches. Each member switch supports two logical stack ports: stack-port n/1 and stack-port n/2, where n is the stack ID of the member switch.

Service port connections are classified into ordinary and dedicated cable connections based on cable types.
  • Ordinary cable connection

    Ordinary stack cables include optical cables, network cables, and high-speed cables. When ordinary stack cables are used to set up a stack, logical stack ports must be manually configured. Otherwise, the stack cannot be set up.

  • Dedicated cable connection

    Figure 3-8 shows the appearance of a dedicated stack cable. Its two ends are the master end with the Master tag and the slave end without any tag. When dedicated stack cables are used to set up a stack, switches can automatically set up a stack after these cables are connected to ports according to connection rules.

    Figure 3-8  Dedicated stack cable
Updated: 2019-04-20

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