Marm Spare with Stacked MS 425 SW

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Jack-Yi
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Marm Spare with Stacked MS 425 SW

Can I set up a Warm Spare (VRRP) on pair stacked MS 425-16 or 425-32 switches?

Why I could not find the documentation about the topic with more details?
Comparing the Legacy Cisco site why does Meraki has much less technical documentation for its production?

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Ryan_Miles
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Warm Spare and Stacking aren't (can't be) used together.

 

The MS425 supports flexible stacking which means you can make any of the ports stack ports (2 ports max). A stack covers the L3 redundancy that Warm Spare VRRP would do in a non stack capable switch.

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Ryan_Miles
Meraki Employee
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Warm Spare and Stacking aren't (can't be) used together.

 

The MS425 supports flexible stacking which means you can make any of the ports stack ports (2 ports max). A stack covers the L3 redundancy that Warm Spare VRRP would do in a non stack capable switch.

Thanks! Ryan.

Understand.  We are on the situation with MFD A and MFD B in a Data Center.  So, it sounds that if we want to have a scenario with A and B side of redundancy Vlan Gate Way, we can only use satanand  along MS 425 SW with Warm Spare as our Core SWs.  Do you agree with this conclusion, or do we have any other options?   

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