Configuring AOS-S Stacks Using UI Groups

Aruba Central supports both Backplane stacking (BPS) and Virtual Switching Framework (VSF Virtual Switching Framework. VSF allows network administrators to stack multiple individual switches into a single logical device using standard Ethernet links.) switch stacking. You can create switch stacks and add stack members through the UI. The stack configuration is possible only when the switches are online.

Stacks created using UI groups can only be managed in a UI group. If a device is moved to a template group, then the device cannot be managed in a UI group without rebuilding the stack.
Fiber modules / SFP The Small Form-factor Pluggable. SFP is a compact, hot-pluggable transceiver that is used for both telecommunication and data communications applications. ports are manageable in a UI group when the stack is created. These modules are available for configuration at the device level context.

See the following topics for more information on managing switch stacks using UI groups: