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Migrating Cisco stack to Meraki M250

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Migrating Cisco stack to Meraki M250

Hello,

 

I have a Cisco 3750x stack with 4 switches and migrating to Meraki M250. The 3750x stack has 5 switch virtual interfaces with ip addresses assigned.

 

Does physical stacking on the MS250 work that same as 3750x where switches in the stack assume the same IP addresses on the master switch in stack? 

if I create the SVI on one MS250 and that switch goes offline, will those SVI be functional on the other active MS250?

 

thanks

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Re: Migrating Cisco stack to Meraki M250

If you use physical stacking and combine your switches in the portal, it will be seen as just one switch, just like your 3750 stack.

assigned svi's will be just like your 3750 and can be made under the routing&dhcp part

Just keep in mind that the switches all need a seperate management ip to communicate with the cloud and you can't use a network that is switched by the stack itself.

your uplink has to be atleast a /29 subnet so you can have 4 ip's and the gateway in it.

More info you can find here:

https://documentation.meraki.com/MS/Stacking/Switch_Stacks

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Re: Migrating Cisco stack to Meraki M250

If you use physical stacking and combine your switches in the portal, it will be seen as just one switch, just like your 3750 stack.

assigned svi's will be just like your 3750 and can be made under the routing&dhcp part

Just keep in mind that the switches all need a seperate management ip to communicate with the cloud and you can't use a network that is switched by the stack itself.

your uplink has to be atleast a /29 subnet so you can have 4 ip's and the gateway in it.

More info you can find here:

https://documentation.meraki.com/MS/Stacking/Switch_Stacks

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Thank you for clarification 

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