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FAQ-How Many LAN Interfaces of the Same Interface Board is Converged as One Logical Interface

Publication Date:  2012-07-27  |   Views:  165  |   Downloads:  0  |   Author:  Wang Wei  |   Document ID:  EKB0000212281

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Issue Description

Q:
One operator uses NE40 router as core device and the version is Version 3.10, RELEASE 2321. How many LAN interfaces of the same interface board is converged as one logical interface?

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Handling Process

A:
It can be realized through eth-trunk. The physical interface added to Eth-Trunk must be WAN interface. In order to realize LAN interface adding to ETH-TRUNK, ETH-TRUNK can be changed as L2. As follows:
1. interface eth-trunk 0// builds ETH-TRUNK 0 interface.
   portswitch// chagnes eth-trunk 0 L3 interface as L2 interface.
2. interface ethernet 2/0/0 // It needs add physical interface of ETH-TRUNK 0.
   eth-trunk 0// adds the port to ETH-TRUNK 0.

Root Cause

NE40 under Version 3.10, RELEASE 2321, it has no early Ethernet convergence command link-aggregation { ethernet | gigabitethernet } { interfacenum [ to interfacenum ] } { master interfacenum }

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