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How to start with LACP on two SG 200-50?

Hi,

I've two SG 200-50 and I need to use LACP? What should I do?

Adrian

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How to start with LACP on two SG 200-50?

Hello Adrian,

You will want to start by creating the LAG. This is can be found under Port Management > Link Aggregation. You can select the ports to add.

Once you have done this on both switches, you will then simply connect the links you have assigned to each other.

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Re: How to start with LACP on two SG 200-50?

OK. I did it. On first SG 200-50 I create LAG 1 on GE50, and the same thing on second SG 200-50. I  connect it directly by patchcord. So, GE50 on switch1 and GE50 on switch 2 are connected. See below:

I understand, that I should create another connection between others ports, eg. GE49 on switch1 and GE49 on switch2, am I? But what is next step? Adrian

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Re: How to start with LACP on two SG 200-50?

Next select LAG 1 and add port GE49 on both sides. Then connect the cable between them. This will complete the link. Both GE49 and GE50 will now act as one link which is labeled as LAG 1.

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