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Wireless Lag (link aggregation)

Hi

I'd like to know if i can be able to enable lag on the controller but termite it on 2 different switches? i.e. i have 2 ports on the controller, i connect 1 port on switch1 int g1/5 and connect port on switch3 port 1/10?

How can i do this? as i need to configure etherchannel right?

Thanks

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Re: Wireless Lag (link aggregation)

No, the ports have to be connected to the same switch. Reason being you have to setup a port-channel on the switch for those ports. The only exception to spanning multiple switches is if you have 3750's in a stacked configuration.

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Re: Wireless Lag (link aggregation)

HI.

Thanks for yr feedback.

i'd like to know then, which method can i use for redundancy? can i connect the 2 ports into different switches without lag (would that provide me with redundancy?)

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Re: Wireless Lag (link aggregation)

If you don't use LAG you could connect the ports between different switches.

Re: Wireless Lag (link aggregation)

Wouldn't this depend on the controller?

if it is a 4402, wouldn't you want both ports on the same switch due to the npu on the controller that is shared between ports?

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