We are moving our network to a data center this is why I am reading this document. I have found an interesting point in this doument.
Page 18 (Link Aggregation Modes) states:
"The main disadvantage of the link aggregation modes is that all team members need to be connected to
the same access switch which is a single point of failure."
See my attached diagram.
If you look I have proposed a way of getting around the Link Failure by using a Cisco 3750 switch. If I use this switch am I right in saying that I have overcome the single point of failure while still preserving the ability to use Gigabit Etherchannel between the server and access layer switch?
When you say that version SEE and above support dynamic aggregation protocols what exactly do you mean? The 3750G switches I would be ordering to do this job would most likely have the EMI image. I just assumed that dynamic aggregation protocols would be supported.
Sorry - current version is 12.2(25) but they have a suffix e.g.
The last shipping version i saw was a 12.2(25)SEB4 I think, so you'd need to upgrade to 12.2(25)SEC or later to take advantage of what's listed in the release notes linked below as 'cross-stack etherchannel'...
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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