I have two SG500-28 port switches that I want to setup as a stack for failover purposes for an NFS storage device. The NAS will be on one VLAN (VLAN2) and the other VLAN (VLAN1) will be for domain server and users. I'm setting the configuration up to be;
Each switch will have ports 1-6 &13-18 for VLAN 2 and ports 7-12 & 19-24 for VLAN1
NFS NAS with teamed NICs and an IP of 172.16.10.10 on VLAN2, with on of each of the NICs going to each of the switches.
Server with teamed NICs and an IP 192.168.10.10 on VLAN1 with on of each of the NICs going to each of the switches, users will be spread across the two switches.
The stacking function is pretty straight forward, and setting up VLANs via the ports is again straight forward, but I'm not sure if there are any other settings I should configure on the switch to allow the load balancing of the server across the two switches.
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