Issue identifying proper LAGG with two switches and bonded client NICs
shockwavecs last edited by
I have a LAGG setup from two NIC ports that feed two separate managed switches (DGS-1210-24) that each feed into a server that ultimately bonds the connections from both switches.
I cannot, for the life of me, figure out the proper LAGG/LACP setup and centos NIC bonding modes
Here is the setup I have in a stupid picture:
DLINK1p24 DLINK2p24 ---Mode?
LAGG0 - LACP(802.3ad)
DLINK 1 and DLINK2 - LACP(802.3ad) - Port Trunking sw1p24 <--> sw2p24
BOND0 - Mode 4 - (802.3ad)
Does not work. I pull the plug on the first switch and all traffic halts and then starts doing weird stuff like 20000ms response time and so forth. Any ideas?!?!
cthomas last edited by
Unless those switches are stacked, and support spanning LAGs across the stack, this will not work.
Setup a LAG from GW to sw1 p1 & p2, then setup a second LAG from sw1 p3 & p4 to your Server. Configure swtich 2 the same way, set it on the shelf as a spare for switch 1.
kejianshi last edited by
So nothing you are aware of actually goes 10gb?