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2930f LACP vs 6200f LACP

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  • 1.  2930f LACP vs 6200f LACP

    Posted May 12, 2023 05:44 PM
    I am setting up my new network that consists of two 8325 VSX cores with MC-LAGs (LACP mode active) going to 6200f access layer stacks.  I also have several stacks of 2930f switches that I need to configure LACP on as well.  Given the 6200f config below, what would be the equivalent or best way to configure my 2930f stacks in Aruba OS?  I will be using ports 1/49 and 2/49 on my 3920f stacks.
     
     
    6200f Access Layer config:
     
    interface lag 35
        no shutdown
        no routing
        vlan trunk native 1
        vlan trunk allowed all
        lacp mode active
     
    interface 1/1/49
        description -- VLAN 35 lag to 8325-CORE-1 Port 1/1/47
        no shutdown
        mtu 9100
        lag 35
     
    interface 2/1/49
        description -- VLAN 35 lag to 8325-CORE-2 Port 1/1/47
        no shutdown
        mtu 9100
        lag 35


  • 2.  RE: 2930f LACP vs 6200f LACP

    MVP GURU
    Posted May 12, 2023 05:58 PM
    Hi! a simple trunk 1/47,2/47 trk<trunk-id> lacp should suffice.

    VLAN tagging of logical interface <trunk-id> (to match the Aruba 6200's posted configuration) and Jumbo frame settings should be configured as required, set as you  usually do on ArubaOS-Switch.





  • 3.  RE: 2930f LACP vs 6200f LACP

    Posted May 12, 2023 06:18 PM
    Would the VLAN tagging be done within each VLAN interface or would each VLAN be tagged within the Trk1 interface?

    VLAN 35
        tagged Trk1

    VLAN 36
        tagged Trk1

    or

    Trk1
        tagged vlan 35-36

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  • 4.  RE: 2930f LACP vs 6200f LACP

    MVP GURU
    Posted May 13, 2023 04:44 AM
    It's the same.

    I personally prefer the latter way only when I have to (un)configure a list of tagged VLAN Ids on a specific interface. The former way it's faster when you have to (un)configure the very same VLAN Id (tagged or untagged) on different interfaces (logical, physical, range, list). As you know the ProCurve heritage let us to deal with VLAN membership looking at it from two different point of views...AOS-CX is instead more interface centric with that regard.





  • 5.  RE: 2930f LACP vs 6200f LACP

    Posted May 15, 2023 03:05 PM

    So I would get the same result with it configured either way?




  • 6.  RE: 2930f LACP vs 6200f LACP

    MVP GURU
    Posted May 15, 2023 03:17 PM
    Absolutely.

    Try both ways and check each way output with:

    show vlans port ethernet Trk1 detail (as example)

    The VLAN tagging membership of the logical interface Trk1 shall be the same whatever configuration method you will apply.