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About Link Aggregation

Hello guys.

I tested about link aggregation for PA4060 that connected CISCO SW. but PA only connected "channel-group mode on" that mean disabled PAgP en LACP only with Cisco SW.

I think PA should connected other devices using LACP (802.3ad) but result was not.

So I want to know that configuration of guideline for link aggregation of PA.

Thanks.

Regards.

Roh.


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Re: About Link Aggregation

ttongfly wrote:

Hello guys.

I tested about link aggregation for PA4060 that connected CISCO SW. but PA only connected "channel-group mode on" that mean disabled PAgP en LACP only with Cisco SW.

I think PA should connected other devices using LACP (802.3ad) but result was not.

So I want to know that configuration of guideline for link aggregation of PA.

Thanks.

Regards.

Roh.

Try using the "channel group X mode active" command on your Cisco device.

I've found Cisco devices work best with other vendor devices when *both* sets of devices are in active mode (I.E. no passive LACP ports).

Cheers

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L3 Networker

Re: About Link Aggregation

The PAN will not support additional protocols PAgP,

I have confirmed we support the standard for link aggregation (802.3ad), this should work.

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Re: About Link Aggregation

ttongfly wrote:

Hello guys.

I tested about link aggregation for PA4060 that connected CISCO SW. but PA only connected "channel-group mode on" that mean disabled PAgP en LACP only with Cisco SW.

I think PA should connected other devices using LACP (802.3ad) but result was not.

So I want to know that configuration of guideline for link aggregation of PA.

Thanks.

Regards.

Roh.

Try using the "channel group X mode active" command on your Cisco device.

I've found Cisco devices work best with other vendor devices when *both* sets of devices are in active mode (I.E. no passive LACP ports).

Cheers

View solution in original post

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Re: About Link Aggregation

Hi guys

Thanks you! I will test again soon!

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