I completly understand your intention and it makes sense.
You mentioned that synology supported "IEEE 802.3ad Dynamic Link Aggregation"
IEEE seems to call 802.3ad something slightly different...
My point being, this is the problem I face, even though manufacturers say they use the same standards, in this case IEEE802.3ad, there may be slight nuances, whereby you have to tweak the feature a wee bit before Link Aggregation with LACP will run smoothly between our two machines.
Synology, I guess, only offer a tick option for the feature.
Tick the box, and link aggregation is enabled, or tick Network Fault Tolerance option, and it is enabled as an alternative.
Synology have made it easy for you to configure, but leave you no options to tweaking. That isn't a bad thing as it makes your configuration experience pretty good.
But from my perspective, the feature either works between our two machines or doesn't, not worth your hassle or time to tweak the options within my switch to get it working, especially since you get no benefit from it.
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