We have recently installed a Microsoft Exchange server with Microsoft Clustering service enabled after that we have configured Intel/dell based NIC Teaming on a dell server since then we are facing problems the entire WAN goes down we dont find any problem in Routers or switches log but on checking the log of the server we find that 10.152.0.67 which is the virtual ip address of the server is conflicting with the MAC adress of the Core Router 00:00:0C:07:AC:00 this is virtual MAC address of HSRp we were advised it is a switch problem but now we have replaced the switch even now once the server is braught up same situation occurs can some one please help us out our service provider has again advised it is a Cisco incompatibility of of teaming
Thankyou very much for your response we have already tried the solution what we are facing off and on this problem occur and this is due to some thing wrong with the teaming.
I have posted the same email to other forum I have got the following solution for the problem .Can you please advise will this help
The problem was the switch configuration:
I assigned the LACP team to the channel-1, same used as VLAN1(regular switch ports), I just assigned the 5 lacp ports to the channel-2 of the switch and named it as TEAM#0 in order to identify it and it just work now!! the connection is always up and intel PROSET sofware show all interfaces of the team as Active!
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