shankarp5 at gmail
Mar 26, 2012, 7:41 PM
Post #2 of 2
Looks like documentation miss...Though document doesnt appear to explicitly
mention the support, neither does it mention it as a limitation. It should
The BD6800 running Eware was a completely different hardware and software,
so shouldnt be compared.
On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 11:45 PM, support [at] metrooptic <
support [at] metrooptic> wrote:
> We're working on a X650 setup and after checking everything around, no
> one is able to confirm that you can create a LAG than span switches in a
> 2 X650 stacked:
> enable sharing 1:9 grouping 1:9-1:12, 2:7-2:10
> Our last experience was with BD6808's and took an upgrade to MSM-3 to
> be able to do it and only for LAG using LACP, LAG using round-robin(*) and
> other types was not working across blades.
> * round-robin seems to be gone from XOS except for the 20xxx devices.
> If anyone knows of any "undocumented" features that may render the
> devices "not useful" for 802.1ad / 802.1ah, EAPS or LAG.
> Let us know =D
> Alain Hebert MetroOptic, Inc. support [at] metrooptic
> 1080 Beaver Hall, Suite 1620, Montreal, Quebec H2Z 1S5
> Tel: 514-990-5775 http://www.metrooptic.com Support: 514-573-6111
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