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Old 03-28-2011, 09:23 AM
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Default ERS 4500 - How to force select combo ports ?

We had two Passport 8800 connect with SMLT to a stack of ERS4548GT with four connections of sfp with MLT, when we disconnected one link, the connection go to fixed-port.
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We had two Passport 8800 connect with SMLT to a stack of ERS4548GT with four connections of sfp with MLT, when we disconnected one link, the connection go to fixed-port.
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Old 07-27-2011, 05:19 PM
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let me get this straight, you have two 8800's with ist and all that. Smlt down to the 4500 series switch using 4 fiber links. When you unplug one of the links, it goes to the shared copper port.
You shouldn't have anything plugged into the copper port. If you do, remove it.
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