That would work. In your scenario, you could use 1/2/2 1/2/4 2/2/2 2/2/4 for uplink (or any regular data link). A common thing we see in your example would be an uplink in the form of a LAG for redundancy. In this example, you could LAG 1/2/2 2/2/2 together. There are tons of options here and really it is your personal preference as to how much bandwidth, redundancy, etc. you want to build into your solution. Hope that helps!
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Hi Chandini - Many thanks for the info - I had come across that document and the info on that page Number. Sorry I am not very well trained on these Switches. The Document shows Ports 1 & 3 for Stacking - On a 3 Unit Stack Linear it shows 1 to 3 going down the stack with ports 2 and 4 free on all units.
Figure 25 then shows a Two Unit Stack Linear using all 4 Ports with 4 Cables - Where does the Uplink Plug in? Also if you had a LAG you would need 2 Ports for the Uplinks!
In a three Unit stack would the Uplink Plug into Unit 3 Port 4 ?
In a three Unit Stack with a LAG would the LAG use Port 2 & Port 4
The 7250 Had 8 Ports and we had to Purchase a POD License to Stack and Open the 10GB
Sorry to be a bit thick but the Documents are not clear
Thanks for your Help Again ! We are replacing all our estate with these 4800 Units !!