WAE - Can Gig2/0 back up Gig1/0?

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Dec 19th, 2007
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Hi Sir,


I'm configuring WAE-7326 & WAE-612. There are two Gigabit Ethernet interfaces: Gig 1/0 and Gig 2/0.


What is the other interface typically used for? For e.g. my primary interface is Gig 1/0. What should I use Gig 2/0 for? I wish to use it to back up Gig 1/0. How to do it? Can you share sample config?


Please advise.



Thank you.


B.Rgds,

Lim TS


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danhosking Wed, 12/19/2007 - 16:38
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I believe you can form an Etherchannel with the 2 ports. So doing this should provide you redundancy.

salolope Sat, 12/22/2007 - 01:26
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Hi Lim,


The second interface can be used to: (1) connect to a different network, (2) to form a port-channel with the first interface or (3) to provide a redundant connection (in case of failure to the first interface).


The third option is typically done by creating a "Standby" interface. This is similar to "NIC teaming" on a server. This "Standby" interface is a logical layer 3 interface in which Gig 1/0 and Gig 2/0 are in the same "standby group" and one would take over the load in case the primary failed.


Please take a look here for reference:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/app_ntwk_services/waas/wafs/v30/configuration/guide/interfac.html#wp1136645


Thanks,

Sal


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