SG500X-24P channel-group not distrui also the traffic on ports
Hi! I'm linking two Cisco switch SG500X and do not want them in stacking , then set up the two switch one chanel -group with four ports for me to ensure high throughput between two devices .
I'm transferring files from a PC connected to the first switch and another PC connected to the second switch, and all the tests all traffic flows by as few as a door , despite the four ports are on Chanel -group and port -channel mode is on that is, without LACP and have tested by load-balance the MAC and IP , and the result was the same.
Also have a HP software , IMCC " Intelligent Management Center " and in view of the topology is shown the trunk between them but should indicate the link speed 4GB and 1GB is actually indicating .
How can I configure to use these transfers all ports , getting four ( 04 ) GB ?
Re: SG500X-24P channel-group not distrui also the traffic on por
Hello Thanks for thehelp. I do not meanthe transfer speed,despite having madefourtestnotebook,butthe"LACP"indicated in theHP SoftwareIMC"IntelligentManagement willCenter"that displays thelink aggregationfor1Gand not4G,and the mainproblemis that thetrafficis notdistributed equallyin the fourports, only onecarries90% of the packages. Thank you Tomaz
No meu post sobre a não distribuição homogena do trafego entres as quatro portas do Channel-group do Cisco SG500X-24P, não me atento a velocidade de transferência, apesar de ter feito teste com até quatro notebook e o resultado foi o mesmo, mas o "LACP" informado no IMC HP Software "Intelligent Management Center " que exibe o Channel-Group de 1G e não 4G como acontece quando os switch são HP, e o principal problema é que o tráfego não é distribuído igualmente nas quatro portas do channel-group, sendo que 90% dos pacotes passam por sómete uma porta. Se algúem tiver um Help, fico agradecido.
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