Does the Cisco's etherchannel would confirm to IEEE's 802.3ad like another standard for trunking 802.1Q. The reason I asked this question is we have Nortel Equipment which currently connects to Cisco gear which now does 802.1Q trunking between Nortel and Cisco. Also Cisco supports ISL trunking(proprietory I presume). Also Nortel support similar feature called Muti Link Trunking which is same as Cisco's Etherchannel(please correct me if I am wrong). But the standard is 802.3ad. If we follow on the footsteps how OSI was developed it should support whatever way the vendor would implement and call the same in a different name. Does anyone has connected Nortel and Cisco through link aggregation. Thanks.
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