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    HP 2510 and HP 5120 Stacking

    How would you stack an HP 2510 and HP 5120EI? It seems the 5120 uses IRF whereas the 2510 is a ProCurve series and I can't seem to find any information on whether or not they're compatible.

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    Most provision procurves support "stacking" as a management tool only, for management with a single IP.
    The 5120 is a 3com comware device and the only Provision procurves that support backplain stacking are the 3800s (which only stack with other 3800s).

    So the short answer is you can't.

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    Thanks for the response. That's what I was thinking after reading around but I wanted to be sure before scrapping the idea.

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