I have a (2) 4507s, (5) 3000 series switches with fiber gbics. Each 4507 has a 6 port fiber blade. the (2) 4507s will etherchannel together using (2) of the (6) fiber blade ports. (4) out of the (5) 3000 series switches will have room to connect to the fiber blade as well. What should i do with the 5th 3000 series switch?
(a) put it on the fiber gbic of the supervisory card? (any downfalls here?)
(b) i also have a spare 3550 fiber switch, i can connect this to the 4507 and put (2) 3000 series switches into it
(c) use a crossover cable on the 5th 3000 and dedicate it to printers
(d) tie it into another 3000 as kind of a daisy chain
The good one for you is take the ether-channel out and set up an ether-channel using the GBIC ports between the Sup's.Just have your new 3000 switch directly uplink to the remaining one of the 2 ports on the 6 port blade.
Please forgive me but i am a bit green in etherchanneling.
please confirm that i would put those same statements on both catalysts or would the references to interface GigabitEthernet2/1 and interface GigabitEthernet2/2 indicate thats the only statement on catalyst #2
If you have only one sup and you are making the ether-channel using its 2 ports between both the chasiss, then you have to use gig 1/1 and gig 1/2 on both the chassis. If you have 2 sup i.e redundant sup's and you want to use all the 4 ports on the sups' in a chassis then you have to use gig 1/1,gig1/2, gig 2/1 and gig 2/2 on both the chassis.
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