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Aggr port numbers

Hello,

 

How do you determine which ports are aggregated for example inside Aggr/5 ?

Is there a list somewhere? 

 

 

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Re: Aggr port numbers

If you click on one of the switch ports it will tell you.

 

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You can also go Switch/Switch Ports and see it there.

 

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Go to the Switch > Switchports and enter "is:aggregated" in the filter box at the top. It'll list all aggregated ports. In this example port 9,10 are part of the aggregation.

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Edit: Darn it, too slow.

 

 

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Thank you for the quick replies.

 

I can list all the aggregated ports using "is:aggregated" .

But my problem is learned their respective AGGR/X , x being the aggr port number.

So I can not determine for example what ports are aggregated as AGGR/5.

 

I'm trying to find the physical port of a client. I find the client and click its port, and it's listed as AGGR/5.

I would like to follow this path and find the ports that compose AGGR/5.

 

Unfortunately clicking AGGR/5 gives me an error recently.

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Re: Aggr port numbers

That should work. It's probably best to open a support ticket to have them take a look at it.

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Thank you Brecht, I will open a case for this.

Was just wondering if there was a page listing the AGGR/port numbers somewhere, because I wasn't able to find it.
Anyway, I think there isn't a page for this.
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Re: Aggr port numbers


@Umut_Destan wrote:
Was just wondering if there was a page listing the AGGR/port numbers somewhere, because I wasn't able to find it.
Anyway, I think there isn't a page for this.

I'm afraid there isn't indeed.

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