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This tool will help you decide if you need to select Native or Hybrid mode for stacking your 10G Cisco Business 350 series switch.
Are you setting up stacking on your Cisco Business switches? It is important to know that all units in the stack must have the same stack unit mode.
After a unit is selected to become the active switch, it can reject its neighbor’s request to join the stack if it has an inconsistent stack unit mode. When a unit is rejected because of its stack unit mode, it is logically shutdown (the ports cannot send/receive traffic) and all its LEDs (system, FAN, unit IDs, network ports, and stack ports LEDs) are turned on.