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How to create a LAG between two stacks?

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Hello,

 

I'm trying to create a LAG between two distinct stacks of ICX7450 switches where each stack has 2 switches each. I'm trying to create the LAG beween ports 1/2/2 (Stack 1) and 1/2/2 (Stack 2). Similarily 2/2/2 (Stack 1) and 2/2/2(Stack 2).

 

Could someone help me with the notation? It seems when when I try a commands like:

 

lag stack_1 dynamic id 1

ports eth 1/2/2 eth 1/2/2 

 

etc. there is not recognition that I'm talking about two different stacks.  

 

A little messy, but I've attached a picture of what I'm trying to do shown in Figure 81

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Registered: ‎02-28-2018

Re: How to create a LAG between two stacks?

I figured it out. The issue was that the switces needed to be reconfigured as routers. I simply had to boot from secondary flash, and all the issues went away.

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Re: How to create a LAG between two stacks?

@DrKnight94

 

due a acquisition by Ruckus , ICX Switches are not longer supported by Brocade.

 

please post you question in they Community.

 

 

 

 

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