How to setup LAG between a couple of TL-SG108E switches

How to setup LAG between a couple of TL-SG108E switches
How to setup LAG between a couple of TL-SG108E switches
2017-01-05 23:45:58
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Hello,

Have got 2 units of TL-SG108E - and keen to setup LAG between these 2 switches. Can someone point me to a guide/instructions on how to get this done?

Thanks,
DnaX
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Re:How to setup LAG between a couple of TL-SG108E switches
2017-01-06 12:42:58
Just define a LA group and assign ports to it. See http://static.tp-link.com/TL-SG108E(UN)_V3_UG_1478227464708b.pdf starting at page 20.
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Re:How to setup LAG between a couple of TL-SG108E switches
2017-01-06 16:22:30

R1D2 wrote

Just define a LA group and assign ports to it. See http://static.tp-link.com/TL-SG108E(UN)_V3_UG_1478227464708b.pdf starting at page 20.


Thanks - but I don't seem to be able to do that on my V2 TL-SG108E. Is it somewhere else that I am missing it?
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Re:How to setup LAG between a couple of TL-SG108E switches
2017-01-07 07:42:58

dnax wrote

Thanks - but I don't seem to be able to do that on my V2 TL-SG108E. Is it somewhere else that I am missing it?


They called it "Port Trunk" in V2 docs. See page 18 in http://static.tp-link.com/res/down/doc/TL-SG108E_V2_UG.pdf .

IIRC you can create two LA groups with the V2 model, meaning you can only connect two other switches using link aggregation despite what the manual suggests (8 LAGs).
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