09-17-2007 05:29 AM
Mark,Do you have a Trunk at Port 01 ( this are internal Port ) or you mean Port 89 and Port 10+11 ? this are Located Extern
->>> If I use 0,1 for one trunk to a 4012 and then 2,3 for another will this work?<BR><BR>I do not have yet work with the 4012 Blade switch, but i think ( Not Sure" alt="<BR><BR>-&gt;&gt;&gt; If I use 0,1 for one trunk to a 4012 and then 2,3 for another will this work?<BR><BR>I do not have yet work with the 4012 Blade switch, but i think ( Not Sure" class="jive-image" /> ) this External Port are in the same Group, so that you cannot create TWO Trunking Pair of the same Blade.Do you have any Manuals or User Guide with the ( External 8,9,10,11) Port Address Diagramm Show ?
09-17-2007 05:55 AM
Hi Mark, OK i understand.
->>> Now can I use 0,1 for one trunk to a 4012, then 2,3 to another 4012.<BR><BR>NO!<BR><BR>->>> In a PDF it states the following:.... I cannnot see any PDF Attachment!
09-17-2007 06:26 AM
->>> It's a brocade white paper called:.....<BR><BR>Mark, my Head is no a Database <img src="http://boards.brocadeconnect.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_smile.gif" alt="Smile" width="15" height="15"><!graemlin:-->Again, not sure this work.
09-17-2007 07:02 AM
I have no knowledge of the 4012 but the 4100 has the Condor ASIC. As such, the port groups are 0-7, 8-15, 16-23, and 24-31. You can have a maximum of 8 ports per trunk group for a maximum of 32Gbps per trunk.Search for the "BCFP in a nutshell" and "BCSD in a nutshell" guides on Brocade's training web site - both have some information on trunking. They're not meant to replace training but contain information that's very useful.