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Old 07-29-2014
How to stack Cisco 2960-S and Cisco 2960X?

Is there an easy way to stack Cisco 2960-S and Cisco 2960X switches? If you have no idea, follow this:

1. Stacking is not supported on switches running the LAN Lite image. All switches in the stack must be running the LAN Base image.
2. In a mixed stack of Catalyst 2960-X and Catalyst 2960-S switches, the number of supported stack members is reduced from eight to four.
3. In a mixed stack of Catalyst 2960-X and Catalyst 2960-S switches, full stack bandwidth is reduced from 80 Gbps to 40 Gbps.
4. In a mixed stack of Catalyst 2960-X and Catalyst 2960-S switches, stack convergence time is increased from milliseconds to 1 to 2 seconds.

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Net::CLI::Interact::Manual::Phrasebook(3pm)		User Contributed Perl Documentation	       Net::CLI::Interact::Manual::Phrasebook(3pm)

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Net::CLI::Interact::Manual::Phrasebook - List of Supported CLIs INTRODUCTION
The bundled phrasebook includes support for a variety of network device CLIs. Many were contributed by users of the module. If you set up a new CLI dictionary, please consider contributing it back! The phrasebook specification is given in Net::CLI::Interact::Phrasebook. For each supported CLI, there is a name which must be passed in the "personality" option to Net::CLI::Interact's "new()" method. After that, you can call the included Macros, and the module will use the included Prompt to match the current state of the CLI. More information is available in the Tutorial and Cookbook. Below is a list of all current bundled CLI dictionaries. Each lists its name, the available Prompts, Macros and Continuations, and from which other CLI dictionaries it inherits. IOS # Cisco IOS CatOS # for older, pre-IOS Cisco devices PIXOS # for PIX OS-based devices PIXOS7 # Slightly different commands from other PIXOS versions FWSM # currently the same as 'PIXOS' FWSM3 # for FWSM Release 3.x devices (slightly different to FWSM 2.x) JunOS # Juniper JUNOS support HP # HP support Nortel # Nortel support ExtremeOS # Extreme Networks support Foundry # Foundry/Brocade device support PERSONALITIES
Cisco This personality goes by the name of "cisco" and provides a basis for many other CLI dictionaries. Prompts are "basic", "privileged", "configure", "user", and "pass". Macros are "begin_privileged", "end_privileged", "begin_configure", "end_configure", and "disconnect". CatOS This personality goes by the name of "catos" and inherits from the "cisco" dictionary. Additionally it provides the "privileged" Prompt. Additionally it also provides the "paging" Macro to set the terminal page size. ExtremeOS This personality goes by the name of "extremeos" and inherits from the "cisco" dictionary. Additional Prompts are "basic", "privileged", "configure", "user", and "pass". Additional Macros are "begin_privileged", "end_privileged", and "disconnect". Foundry / Brocade This personality goes by the name of "foundry" and inherits from the "cisco" dictionary. Before connecting to the device you probably want to set the output separator to be: $nci->transport->ors(" "); For users of Net::Appliance::Session this should be: $session_obj->nci->transport->ors(" "); IOS This personality goes by the name of "ios" and inherits from the "cisco" dictionary. Additionally it provides the "paging" Macro to set the terminal page size. HP This personality goes by the name of "hp" and inherits from the "cisco" dictionary. Additionally it provides the "basic" and "user" Prompts. JunOS This personality goes by the name of "junos" and inherits from the "cisco" dictionary. Additionally it provides the "privileged", "configure", and "user" Prompts. Additionally it also provides the "begin_configure" and "paging" Macros. Nortel This personality goes by the name of "nortel" and inherits from the "cisco" dictionary. Additionally it provides the "user" Prompt. PIXOS This personality goes by the name of "pixos" and inherits from the "cisco" dictionary. Additionally it provides the "paging" Macro to set the terminal page size. It can be used in its own right for Cisco PIX firewalls, but is also used as a base for other dictionaries. PIXOS 7 This personality goes by the name of "pixos7" and inherits from the "pixos" dictionary. Additionally it provides the "paging" Macro to set the terminal page size. FWSM This personality goes by the name of "fwsm" and inherits from the "pixos" dictionary. It provides no further functionality, as Cisco FWSM software version 1 and 2 was the same as the PIX OS. FWSM 3 This personality goes by the name of "fwsm3" and inherits from the "pixos" dictionary. Additionally it provides the "paging" Macro to set the terminal page size. perl v5.14.2 2012-06-12 Net::CLI::Interact::Manual::Phrasebook(3pm)

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