Dell PowerConnect 7048 P reference stack Questions

Hello

I have two switches in L3 7048P I want the battery but I'm not sure how it works. The two switches have the same firmware.

1 must. the two have the same configuration running on both to make it work?

2. in addition, I created a VLAN (3) voice on the first switch with an IP address of 10.0.3.254. I use the same IP address on the second switch in the VLAN 3 addresses or assign another?

Thank you!

There is a guide especially for stacking switch 7048 on the Dell page networking white papers:

en.Community.Dell.com/.../2580.Networking-guides.aspx

Just search "Dell PowerConnect 7000 Series Switches stacking".  Page 16 will tell you how to add a new Member to the battery with minimum interruptions. Both can present the same firmware in order to stack.  So the answer to question 1 is no, the configurations do not need correspond to stack them.  Once stacked, both will look like a single switch, and you use only the IP address of the master swtich to the whole stack.  Therefore, treat the two switches as a single switch during Setup.  The guide provides more information on how it works.

Hope this has been helpful.

-Victor

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