Hello, I want to set up a virtual chassis for my 5 ex 2200 switches. Would this effectively be equivalent to switch stacking design?
Or are they different?
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Greetings, I hope you are doing great and you are also enjoying Junos, the answer is yes, just a different name for the same tech.
Switch stacking: Cisco, Arista, and some other vendor
Virtual chassis: Juniper
Here is how you can accomplish the task: https://www.juniper.net/documentation/en_US/junos/topics/example/virtual-chassis-ex2200.html
Note: Please keep in mind that Juniper does not recommend more than 4 EX2200's in a virtual chassis, actually they say that once can have up to 4 ( which is the same just different words) however I have seen stacks of 6,7,10 members working just fine but again this will be at your own risk, please check https://www.juniper.net/documentation/en_US/junos/topics/concept/virtual-chassis-ex4200-overview.htm...
And something that would definitely not work is mixing them up with another platform, just in case, you were asking yourself ( it is also in the doc I shared).
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