If I make a 2 member VSF from 2 2930F switches, it's a chain so it can't have 2 links, but I can have 2 ports be part of link 1 which makes it redundant to failure of one of the vsf links.vsfenable domain 2202member 1type "JL558A" mac-address 64e881-xxxxxxpriority 127link 1 1/51-1/52link 1 name "I-Link1_1"link 2 name "I-Link1_2"exitmember 2type "JL558A" mac-address 64e881-xxxxxxpriority 128link 1 2/51-2/52link 1 name "I-Link2_1"link 2 name "I-Link2_2"exitport-speed 10gexitMy question is, is there any point in setting up vlan-mad with a 2 node switch. I'm not able to think of an example of how the 2 switches would loose contanct with each other and get in a split brain situation.If the argument is that vlan-mad is still necessary/a good idea, I assume there's no reason that I couldn't just skip having an unmanaged switch to connect the mad ports together and just connect them with an ethernet cable. (So configure 1/1 and 2/1 as the MAD ports and connect them together) Is that correct?
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