Which version of software are you running on the SG200-08? I recommend using the latest.
I would also look at the SG300-10P and disable PoE under Port Management for the second port not powering the SG200 switch for each LACP. Once the second (non powering port has PoE disabled), please test and let us know result. Thanks.
I came home today and found out a power outage happened and somehow the SG300-10P stopped working partly, any device not directly connected to it can't ping the switch or communicated to it or its conncted devices. (even after reboot)
So I decieded to reset it to the factory default and manually reapply all the setting from my memory, because last few times I tried to use backuped config file, it ended badly. ( the firmware is already updated to latest)
After that, I followed your advice and set GE1 PoE active and GE2 PoE off, and so on, now both SG200-8 and SLM2008 are getting power from port GE1 and GE3.
Still, as soon as I add a port to a LACP group, it will disappear from "
Port Management", "PoE", "Settings" page ..., is that a normal behavior? or is it a problem on SG200 or/and SLM2008?
Power outages in my experience do not cause this switch model to function this way. Either there is a bug in the firmware you are using on the SG300-10P or it is a faulty switch. Please post the firmware version.
Is the LACP ground functioning as expected? no rebooting any more?
I can not comment on the normal operation of the ports disappearing from the Port Management, PoE, or Settings page, however, they are not normal ethernet ports anymore and are now functioning as a logical group.
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