I have 2 4510R's at the core and in a remote building I am putting a 4507R. I will be uplinking the 4507 to each of the 4510's using 10 gig modules. Would it be better for me to use layer 2 or layer 3 uplinks? Also can I load balance across these 2 links?
As far as i am aware you can't unless you are talking about a 3750 stack for example. On a 4500 you use ports from different modules within the same chassis but you cannot have an etherchannel that has one of its ends on two switches.
This is incorrect. You can not create a port channel between two seperate 4510 chassis. Nortel products can do this and they coin it as Split MLT.
Cisco does have plans in the works to support this on the 6500 series switch and it may even be available today but I am positive you can not do this on a 4510 switch. We have approx. 25 of these in production.
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