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mLACP vs LACP at stacked/VSS switches

Dears

Would like your advice plz regarding the difference between mLACP vs LACP on stacked/VSS switches

I believe technically it is the same.

What I know that on stacked switches, all switches have same configuration as they are considered one device

Is this valid also with mLACP ?

If yes then what is the difference ???

Many Thanks

BR,

Sherif Ismail

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mLACP vs LACP at stacked/VSS switches

Sherif,

Here is some info on mLACP.  This is a new feature with a lots of restrictions:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios-xml/ios/cether/configuration/15-1s/ce-multichass-lacp.html#GUID-04AE1391-0A2E-405A-B60E-FABBE556E729

HTH

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mLACP vs LACP at stacked/VSS switches

Thanks Reza
After some readings I concluded below

VSS supported only at 6500

Stacking  supported on catalyst switches

mLACP is only available at 7600 as it does not support VSS or stacking.

I also believe (however still not confirmed) when configuring mLACP, each 7600 router still has its own configuration
i.e config on both routers are not identical as in VSS/Stacking

Thanks

BR,

Sherif Ismail

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