blackprowler at gmail
Mar 14, 2012, 8:58 AM
Post #7 of 7
On 14 March 2012 11:53, Marcin Kuczera <marcin [at] leon> wrote:
> Ilya wrote:
>> Hello, Marcin.
>> On 13 March 2012 21:30, Marcin Kuczera <marcin [at] leon <mailto:
>> marcin [at] leon>> wrote:
>> How do you think - is it possible to do it with EAPS ?
>> Yes, it is possible.
>> There is one "but" - switch, which belongs to both shared-ports (RGB +
>> RB) can be a Master only for Green EAPS. This is because "A shared port
>> cannot be configured on an EAPS masterâ€™s secondary port."
> ok, so as I'am not planning any master on shared link, there is no problem
> in my case.
> How would then Partner/Controller config look like ? Controller in the
> middle ?
1. The shared port mode configured on each side of a common link must be
different from the other;
one must be a controller and one must be a partner.
2. There cannot be more than one controller on a switch.
Valid combinations on any one switch are:
- 1 partner;
- 1 controller and 1 partner;
- 1 controller;
- 2 partners.
so you can't have two controllers in the middle.
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