Windows server dual nics teaning on Cisco 3560 switch
Hello, I've read many posts about nic teaming on the 3560 switches but cannot find a direct hit. What is the best way to configure dual gig nics on a Windows server to get not only active/active (throughput) but...to get the failover capability as well. Again, I was wondering about having throughput on both nics as well as the failover if one nic fails. Is it straight NIC teaming and etherchannel on the 3560 side? Or I've read a couple posts about LACP 802.3ad...or is there a newer recommended solution? Thanks in advance for any help! John
Re: Windows server dual nics teaning on Cisco 3560 switch
Once i cleared etherchannel configuration between 3xxx series switch and an HP labelled server , but the main idea was is there any LACP support on that server's NIC cards. You have to firstly search (with the P/N) if there is LACP support on these cards , later server can complete LACP conversations with any switch that supports LACP.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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