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Teaming on Uplinks

I have a 4510R that I want to Team 2 Ports to provide an uplink to a 2960G Switch, I've Configured as below:

4500

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int port-channel 54

sw mode trunk

2960G

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int giga0/48

channel-group 54 mode on

sw mode trunk

no shut

However, I don't ever see the NICs using 2Gb of Bandwidth.

Any solutions to this issue ?

  • LAN Switching and Routing
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Re: Teaming on Uplinks

You need channels on both sides.

So, on the 4500 you need to add two interfaces to channel 54 (channel-group 54 mode on) and do the same thing on the 2960G.

Also, configure port-channel 54 on the 2960G with the trunk info, you will have to do same on individual interfaces on 4500.

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Re: Teaming on Uplinks

First: Is the etherchannel formed? Output of "sh etherchannel summary"

Second: If its formed, then try "sh etherchannel load-balance".

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Re: Teaming on Uplinks

You need channels on both sides.

So, on the 4500 you need to add two interfaces to channel 54 (channel-group 54 mode on) and do the same thing on the 2960G.

Also, configure port-channel 54 on the 2960G with the trunk info, you will have to do same on individual interfaces on 4500.

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