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Using SuperMicro network module, which related to Intel SDN product, the command PDF . and the Web GUI manual.

there I have qe57, qe61, qe65, qe69 four upstream ports, I want to aggregate them. how to do with it?


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I in the qe57, I add port to channel-group, get error:

192.168.200.1 (config-if qe57)#channel-group 3800 aggregation multiple

Error! Param1


192.168.200.1 (config-if qe57)#channel-group 3800 mode active

Error! Param1
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    The term you're looking for in that manual is channel-group.
    – Teun Vink
    Jan 6 '19 at 8:58
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In the manual you've linked, check page 206:

channel-group

The group of channel-group commands allows configuring Etherchannel/port bundling. After port is assigned to channel-group, all configuration for this port is cleared, e.g.: it is removed from participation in any Vlans, and static MAC definitions are removed. LAG configuration is applied for participated port.

Command Syntax

channel-group {aggregation {individual | multiple}| mode active|passive}| {lacp port-priority }| timeout {short|long}| key | collecting| defaulting| distributing| expired| synchronization| partner key | partner number | partner priority | partner system

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  • Hi, friend, check my post, I can not in the qe57 to add into channel-group 3800.
    – 244boy
    Jan 7 '19 at 7:52
  • You should recheck the syntax. It doesn't match the docs and I've got no hardware to test with.
    – Zac67
    Jan 7 '19 at 12:16

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