10G link aggregation PA-5050 to Juniper EX4500 switches

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10G link aggregation PA-5050 to Juniper EX4500 switches

Hi everyone,

I'm having a bit of trouble configuring link aggregation between my PA-5050 and Juniper EX4500 switches over 10G interfaces.  The problem seems to stem from the fact that the PA-5050 link-aggregation dialog gives two options for link speed: 1000 or Auto, whereas the EX4500 configuration requires a hardcoded 10G speed setting.

How can I tell the PA-5050 to use a speed of 10000 instead of Auto?


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Re: 10G link aggregation PA-5050 to Juniper EX4500 switches

Hello Mack,

According to the following document, its by design that  we have to set the speed to Auto for 10G interfaces:

No 10gb (10000) Speed Option in GUI

Hope that helps!

Thanks and regards,

Kunal Adak

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L4 Transporter

Re: 10G link aggregation PA-5050 to Juniper EX4500 switches

Hello Mack,

Can you try the below command and see how it works for you,

configure

set network interface ethernet ethernet1/x link-speed 10000

commit

Thanks

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L5 Sessionator

Re: 10G link aggregation PA-5050 to Juniper EX4500 switches

Hello Mack,

According to the following document, its by design that  we have to set the speed to Auto for 10G interfaces:

No 10gb (10000) Speed Option in GUI

Hope that helps!

Thanks and regards,

Kunal Adak

View solution in original post

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L4 Transporter

Re: 10G link aggregation PA-5050 to Juniper EX4500 switches

Hello Mack,

To add more to better understand on capability, pls refer the below doc.

Commit Error: Invalid Forced Speed/Duplex for Ethernet1/x

Thanks

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