WLC4402 connect to non-cisco switch?

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I have 2 WLC4402-50 connected to an Extreme Black Diamond chassis, using GLC-T. I have configured LAG on the controllers to support the number of AP's needed and I have configured the ports on the switch to use LaCP aggregation because that is what is available. Is this a supported configuration or do I just need to leave those ports as non-LaCP ports?

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dancampb Tue, 09/01/2009 - 09:37

The controller doesn't support LaCP or PagP. You just need to configure the port channel statically. Also make sure the load balancing algorithm using for the port channel is source/destination IP. That is the only algorithm the controller supports.

just to help out anyone else using extreme, here is how I got it to work

first I define the src-dst ip load sharing like this

Switch#. configure sharing address-based L2_L3_CHK_SUM

and then I configure sharing on the ports (the port number between the sharing and grouping is just the master port number for the share)

Switch#. enable sharing 3:26 grouping 3:26, 3:56 algorithm address-based

Switch#. enable sharing 3:28 grouping 3:28, 3:58 algorithm address-based

and then I do the vlan config like

Switch#. create vlan "Wireless"

Switch#. configure vlan Wireless tag 250

Switch#. config vlan "default" add ports 3:26, 3:28 untagged

Switch#. config vlan "Wireless" add ports 3:26, 3:58 tag


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