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Multiple ports configured for VSF

I have 2 2930f switches I want to connect with VSF. I have configured ports 1-4 on both switches. sho vsf shows only 1G for port speed. Am I using all four ports in the VSF? Is it load balancing?

 

 

CCA_CORE# sho vsf

VSF Domain ID : 1
MAC Address : d06726-3bbd0b
VSF Topology : Chain
VSF Status : Fragment Active
Uptime : 0d 3h 39m
VSF MAD : None
VSF Port Speed : 1G
Software Version : WC.16.03.0005

Mbr
ID MAC Address Model Pri Status
--- ------------- -------------------------------------- --- ---------------
1 d06726-3bbd00 Aruba JL262A 2930F-48G-PoE+-4SFP Sw... 128 Commander
2 d06726-3c0000 Aruba JL262A 2930F-48G-PoE+-4SFP Sw... 128 Standby Booting

 

CCA_CORE(config)# sho vsf lin det

VSF Member: 1 Link: 1

Port State
-------- ------------
1/1 Up: Connected to port 2/1
1/2 Up: Connected to port 2/2
1/3 Up: Connected to port 2/3
1/4 Up: Connected to port 2/4

 

VSF Member: 2 Link: 1

Port State
-------- ------------
2/1 Up: Connected to port 1/1
2/2 Up: Connected to port 1/2
2/3 Up: Connected to port 1/3
2/4 Up: Connected to port 1/4

Aruba Employee

Re: Multiple ports configured for VSF

The ports linking the two switches are 1Gig ports, correct?


Charlie Clemmer
Aruba Customer Engineering
Occasional Contributor I

Re: Multiple ports configured for VSF

Correct, they are 1G ports.

Aruba Employee

Re: Multiple ports configured for VSF


@gunnermike53 wrote:

Correct, they are 1G ports.


The show vsf command is showing the speed of the physical port type, not the aggregate speed of the trunk. This output looks correct to me, and the four links between the commander and standby should be load balanced.


Charlie Clemmer
Aruba Customer Engineering
Occasional Contributor I

Re: Multiple ports configured for VSF

Great. I appreciate it.

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