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Old 04-14-2012, 12:09 AM
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Default Configuring LAG to servers and switches - ERS4548GT

From the manual I THINK but don't know MLT is avaya 4500 to 4500 and LACP is industry default for LAG?

Say for example on the first switch in the stack, I wanted to connect ports 1 and 2 into a dell server that is configured for LAG. What are the commands I need to run on the switch?

Likewise if I want to run a couple of cables between two ERS4548GTs that are two far apart to use the links in the back, how do I configure ports 47 and 48 to link to ports 47 and 48 on the other switch in a lag or MLT (not sure what it should be).
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