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WLC4402 connect to non-cisco switch?

I have 2 WLC4402-50 connected to an Extreme Black Diamond chassis, using GLC-T. I have configured LAG on the controllers to support the number of AP's needed and I have configured the ports on the switch to use LaCP aggregation because that is what is available. Is this a supported configuration or do I just need to leave those ports as non-LaCP ports?

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Re: WLC4402 connect to non-cisco switch?

The controller doesn't support LaCP or PagP. You just need to configure the port channel statically. Also make sure the load balancing algorithm using for the port channel is source/destination IP. That is the only algorithm the controller supports.

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Re: WLC4402 connect to non-cisco switch?

not really sure how to do a static port channel without a protocol... I guess I will look into it.

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Re: WLC4402 connect to non-cisco switch?

just to help out anyone else using extreme, here is how I got it to work

first I define the src-dst ip load sharing like this

Switch#. configure sharing address-based L2_L3_CHK_SUM

and then I configure sharing on the ports (the port number between the sharing and grouping is just the master port number for the share)

Switch#. enable sharing 3:26 grouping 3:26, 3:56 algorithm address-based

Switch#. enable sharing 3:28 grouping 3:28, 3:58 algorithm address-based

and then I do the vlan config like

Switch#. create vlan "Wireless"

Switch#. configure vlan Wireless tag 250

Switch#. config vlan "default" add ports 3:26, 3:28 untagged

Switch#. config vlan "Wireless" add ports 3:26, 3:58 tag

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