active or passive LAG
active or passive LAG
active or passive LAG
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Model: T1500G-10MPS
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I have configured 802.3ad on a linux box, and this currently acts as active LACP.

 

Should I set the LACP to active or passive on the switch ?

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Re:active or passive LAG
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lbm wrote

I have configured 802.3ad on a linux box, and this currently acts as active LACP.

 

Should I set the LACP to active or passive on the switch ?

 

Hi

 

If you cannot make sure which mode your linux used, you can set LACP to active on the switch.

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Re:Re:active or passive LAG
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Hi thanks.


As stated, the linux box is running as active, and I've configured the switch for passive, but got some weird issues regarding one of the links, but it seems to be because of "bad" xmit policy.

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Re:active or passive LAG
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LACP mode, it can be active or passive, british museum highlights tour but for LAG to be functional at least one side must be configured with active. Now if both members are in active mode then they both will actively transmit LACP PDUs and another side will respond. PAGP provides the same negotiation benefits as LACP. Both LACP and PAGP packets are exchanged between switches over EtherChannel capable ports.

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