Aruba Stacking Modules

Aruba switches are a great option for companies looking for easier administration and reliable performance. Their products are overseen through a cloud-based GUI, meaning that anyone can learn to manage an Aruba network. The company also offers a regular CLI in addition to their cloud-based interface, so they’re a good choice for any company looking for a network that is already set up. One of the most interesting features is their Zero-touch and mass security configuration, which are perfect for companies seeking networks that are already ready to go.

The Aruba switch line offers performance and reliability for whatever you need to do. These industry-leading switches are scalable, secure, and feature multi-gigabit ports for high-speed connections. We’ve got all the resources you need: transceivers, expansion modules, stacking modules, cables, mounting kits — anything you need to get your Aruba switch set up.

Switch Stacking is a feature that allows us to configure multiple Aruba switches in a way that they appear as a single switch and act cooperatively. The biggest benefit of the Switch Stacking is that it allows us to incrementally add more ports to the existing switch. By doing this, we can avoid the cost of upgrading to a bigger switch. The Aruba Stacking Module is a network stacking module that works with existing network switches. It features two ports and comes in a plug-in form factor. This JL325A module works with Aruba 2930M switches, for example.

When the Switch Stacking Module is inserted into the switch, it creates a logical switch, which is referred to as the Stacking Group. It is the same as a switch. When the network stack is operational, you can use the VLANs, IP addresses, and so on. The modules of the Switch Stacking can be placed in any of the ports of the switch. It is completely managed by ArubaOS.