Just need a simple setup - 2 VLANs, a few ports each, on each unit, trunked together (ultimately on SFP module). Tried what seems to be right but (natch) not working. Just need simple guidelines to see where am going wrong. Thanks!
I realize that the GUI examples used there are a bit dated but I think you should still be able to use them for comparison in your specifric switches. As far as the LAG example is concerned, I think it was used to show that a single port LAG can serve the same purpose as a typical Trunk port; passing all VLAN traffic between the two switch ports. Of course typically LAGs would be used for multiple ports between switches instead of just one. The theory is the same however.
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