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S2700, S3700, S5700, S6700, S7700, and S9700 Series Switches Interoperation and Replacement Guide

This document provides typical configuration examples for interoperation between Huawei switches and mainstream IP phones, firewalls, routers, Microsoft NLB servers, multi-NIC servers, Cisco switches, and SolarWinds.
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Interoperation and Replacement Solution 1: Link Aggregation in Manual Mode

Interoperation and Replacement Solution 1: Link Aggregation in Manual Mode

Overview

A Huawei S series switch and a Cisco switch are configured with link aggregation in manual mode for interworking.

Configuration Notes

This example applies to Huawei switches of all versions.

Networking Requirements

In Figure 5-27, The Cisco switch and Huawei S series switch are configured with the LAG in manual mode to improve bandwidth and reliability between them.

Figure 5-27  Networking of interworking and replacement using link aggregation in manual mode

Configuration Roadmap

  • Configuration logic for link aggregation in manual mode on Cisco switches:

    1. Create a port channel and add member interfaces, and configure a link aggregation mode.

    2. Configure a load balancing mode.

  • Configuration logic for link aggregation in manual mode on Huawei switches:

    1. Create an Eth-Trunk and add interfaces to the Eth-Trunk.

    2. Configure a load balancing mode.

Procedure

  1. Configure link aggregation in manual mode on the Cisco switch.

    # Create a port channel and add member interfaces, and configure a link aggregation mode on the Cisco switch.

    Switch# configure terminal
    Switch(config)# hostname Cisco
    Cisco(config)# interface range GigabitEthernet 0/1 -3
    Cisco(config-if-range)# channel-group 2 mode on
    Cisco(config-if-range)# end
    

    # Configure a load balancing mode of the port channel.

    Cisco# configure terminal
    Cisco(config)# port-channel load-balance src-dst-mac
    Cisco(config)# end

  2. Configure link aggregation in manual mode on the Huawei S series switch.

    # Create an Eth-Trunk on the Huawei S series switch and add member interfaces to the Eth-Trunk. By default, Huawei switches are connected using link aggregation in manual mode. Therefore, you do not need to configure the link aggregation mode.

    <HUAWEI> system-view
    [HUAWEI] sysname Huawei
    [Huawei] interface eth-trunk 1
    [Huawei-Eth-Trunk1] trunkport gigabitethernet 0/0/1 to 0/0/3
    [Huawei-Eth-Trunk1] quit

    # Configure the load balancing mode of Eth-Trunk 1.

    [Huawei] interface eth-trunk 1
    [Huawei-Eth-Trunk1] load-balance src-dst-mac
    [Huawei-Eth-Trunk1] quit
    

  3. Verify the configuration.

    • Run the display eth-trunk [ trunk-id [ interface interface-type interface-number | verbose ] ] command to check the link aggregation configuration on the Huawei S series switch.

    • Run the show interfaces interface-type interface-number etherchannel command to check link aggregation parameters and status information of corresponding interfaces on the Cisco switch.

    • Run the show etherchannel load-balance command to check the load balancing mode of link aggregation on the Cisco switch.

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Updated: 2019-05-15

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