I am trying to configure LACP between my Juniper SRX240 (JunOS 12.3) and Quanta LB6M. So far, I'm stuck. Let me show you my current configuration on both devices.
Quanta LB6M configuration
I've been struggling with this issue for months and figured I'd ask for help here.
Fortigate 60Es are rated as 3/3/3 Gbps on their spec sheet. https://www.fortinet.com/content/dam/fortinet/assets/data-sheets/FortiGate_FortiWiFi_60E_Series.pdf
- Does that mean that they can forward...
I recently reached out on the Mikrotik forums here, and unfortunately did not receive any replies. I was hoping maybe someone in here has some experience I can lean on:
My main switch in my rack is an CRS317-1G-16S+.
I also have a CSS326-24G-2S+ in that same rack, for...
New member. Love the YouTube videos. Hoping this is a good place for me to ask this question:
I'm really in need of a lower cost 4x 1000BASE-T + 4x 10Gb (at least two SPF+) switch with decent backplane and good LACP handling.
I'm having trouble searching the web for a a lower cost switch, so...
Ok.... First up... this is literally 1st world problems... but I would appreciate some advice.
I have a 2Gbps FttH internet connection here in France coming from Orange. However, their router only has 4x 1Gbps Ethernet ports, and doesn't support link aggregation (LACP).
So this is good for...
I have a Quanta LB4M switch which I want to plug a Windows Server into and use the inbuilt Windows NIC Teaming with LACP to enable multiple NICs with.
I have my switch config as:
Hello Lovely internet land.
I'm currently configuring:
Dell R510, Ubuntu 18.04 with a Mellanox ConnectX-2 (2x SFP+)
LB4m ---[Cat5e]--- WiFi AP ->) (<- Laptop
I have my Internet coming into a port on a LB4m which goes into a Bonded Pair of SFP+ which...
I've got a(nother) problem with this beautiful Netgear M4300.
I'm trying to set up a LAGG between a Chelsion 40gbE breakout 4x10gb, and no matter what I do, it only sustains 10gbe speeds.
UNLESS: I uncheck the ports in the LAGG configuration screen- so there's no hardware 'attached'- and then...