AX11000 - Turning on Link Aggregation kills connections to Synology DS1019+?

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AX11000 - Turning on Link Aggregation kills connections to Synology DS1019+?
AX11000 - Turning on Link Aggregation kills connections to Synology DS1019+?
2020-12-03 18:28:17 - last edited 2020-12-03 18:30:37
Model: Archer AX11000  
Hardware Version:
Firmware Version: Latest on 12/2020

My post was removed? I can see this through "my subscriptions", but not anymore from "my posts", but "no data found", when I click the link. What is going on?

If this post is removed again without any mention, I can guarantee that I am going to mention it on the review for Gamereactor.

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I just got an AX11000 for a review purposes and I cannot get the Link Aggregation to work with Synology DS1019+ NAS. 802.3ad definitely does not work. I cannot reach Synology after turning the AX11000's Link Aggregation on, even when I created a completely new Network Bond on DS1019+ for 2x1GBit.

Did anyone find a solution?

Synology NAS is connected with 2x 1GBit to AX11000 to correct ports (LAN2-3). NAS shows the network bond (2x 1Gbit) working fine and I've been using it with Asus RT-AC88U for a year without a hickup. I also created the bond again, but that did not change anything.

As soon as I turn the link aggregation on from AX11000, I cannot connect to the NAS at all. This is a core feature for a device in this price category. You definitely want to up your LAN speed to 1Gbit to 2Gbit to serve multiple devices in the LAN from the NAS.

This certainly does not bode well for a 400€ device like AX11000.

Link Aggregation ons to work using XOR-method, which requires two different NICs -> two different MAC addresses, so a single network interface will always communicate through one 1Gbps link. Meaning, a single connection will not have 2 Gbps, but two connections can each benefit from 1 Gbps each.

I am on the latest firmware (CBA checking the version number again after I'm forced to write this post again already).
 

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Re:AX11000 - Turning on Link Aggregation kills connections to Synology DS1019+?
2020-12-04 16:13:44

@Fex 

 

Please be aware you posted in the global forum, your original post is here: https://community.tp-link.com/en/home/forum/topic/240150

 

This post is in the US forum, as you can see the US in the URL.

 

If you make a mention in Gamereactor, this would be beneficial to other people as well to avoid confusion.

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