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ProSafe JGS524E is there a special trunk port ?

Hello, I am wondering are there special ports for trunking (with much more bandwidth) like on Cisco ones ?

Or it doesn't matter to what port (ethernet) trunk line to core switch would be connected ?

Model: JGS524E|ProSafe Plus 24 ports gigabit switch
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Re: ProSafe JGS524E is there a special trunk port ?

By far not all Cisco switches come with dedicated stacking ports or faster uplink ports.

 

AFAIK all ports on the same, so you can configure a single uplink port or a LAG for the uplink at your preferences, e.g. lowest or highest port number for example.

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Re: ProSafe JGS524E is there a special trunk port ?

By far not all Cisco switches come with dedicated stacking ports or faster uplink ports.

 

AFAIK all ports on the same, so you can configure a single uplink port or a LAG for the uplink at your preferences, e.g. lowest or highest port number for example.

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