I have some question about Link Aggregation in regards to 3Com and Cisco.
I just bought a 3Com 4500 48 port switch (3CR17562-91) for an IDF.
I have a Cisco Catalyst 3750 and a Cisco Catalyst 3750-G in my server room.
3Com uses LACP (Link Aggregation Control Protocol) to take the 2 Gig ports and have them act as one 2Gb port (for faster data transfer and load balancing).
But does Cisco uses LACP? Or do they do their own thing with Ether Channel?
Will I be able to set the 3Com Link Aggregation up and then just plug the Cat6 cables into say port 2 and 3 and then do Ether Channel?
Or do I have to buy the adapters and plug the Cat6 cables into the 4 ports on the right side of the switch?