If I want to connect a server to a switch (all 100mbps ports) in such a way that the switch's two ports (100mbps each) should act as one (aggegation) and at other end connected to server's two NIC cards. Do i require a special NIC for this to be done, like one of my senior suggested they should be 802.1Q supported. I want to know why do we need Dot1Q supported nic's for such thing to do. I'm not sure if he got confused between dot1q and PAgP.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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