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Version 3.3

Edit LAGs

The LAG (Link Aggregation Group) combines several physical ports to create a single high-bandwidth data path as well as to implement the traffic load shared among the member ports in a group. 

LAG enhances the connection reliability and efficiency. 

Important:
The first port that joins an LAG sets its settings to default settings of the LAG. All ports that are in an LAG have the same settings. 

Requirement:

Connection to the web interface

  1. Click Edit Ports / Groups.
  2. To change the names of the LAGs in the table LAG Names, click in the row and type the name.
Edit LAG names
  1.  Click Apply settings and stay where you are or Apply settings and leave edit

The names of the LAGs have been adjusted and saved in the startup configuration. 

  1. Assign a port to an LAG in Choose LAG:
    -Click the LAG you would like to assign a port to.
    -A green dot is displayed in the LAG.
Hint:
-The ports that are connected to one and the same LAG must have the same LAG ID in a switch.
-The ports in a counterpart switch must have an identical LAG ID as well. This LAG ID does not have to correspond another switch´s LAG ID.
-For reasons of clarity, we recommend you use the same LAG IDs for the same LAG in different switches.
Assign LAGs to ports
  1. Click Apply settings and stay where you are or Apply settings and leave edit

The LAGs are assigned to the ports and are saved in the startup configuration. 

 


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