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Bonding 2 interfaces - waste of cable?

Wed Nov 27, 2013 5:11 am

hi

I had the idea to bond ether1 & ether2 to get 2Gbit/s between 1 MT1100ah and 1 CRS125 and create InterVLAN at the 1100AH (router on a stick).

Reading about technical design both devices allow only 1Gbit/s throughput towards CPU.

So bonding is a waste of cable and only for utilising fault tolerance?


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Re: Bonding 2 interfaces - waste of cable?

Wed Nov 27, 2013 4:45 pm

If you use ports not on the same switch group then it is not waste of cable.
 
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Re: Bonding 2 interfaces - waste of cable?

Wed Nov 27, 2013 10:56 pm

If you use ports not on the same switch group then it is not waste of cable.
Can you give more detail on how to do this please as the CRS125 has only 1 switch chip whereas RB1100AHx2 has multiple switch chips...does this mean LACP is supported directly to the CRS125 Switch chip

CRS125-131112144104[1].pdf
Block-RB1100AHx2[1].pdf
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