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HP 5500-HI 48g LACP

mmiloqui
Occasional Visitor

HP 5500-HI 48g LACP

Hi everyone, after all, sorry about my english isnt the best. I have two hp 5500-hi 48g poe+ switches and i want to connect them using two sfp+ 10gb on each one. Now i have both of them using only one sfp+ 10gb connection. I need to do it from scratch, both switches doesnt have any configuration yet. My network setup is pretty simple, only class C network without vlans. Sorry if this question had been made before, didnt find it.

Regards!

Mauricio

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Pete W
Valued Contributor

Re: HP 5500-HI 48g LACP

mmiloqui,

 

Below is a basic configuration for LACP between 2 x Comware switches on ten 1/0/49 and ten 1/0/50.

 

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system-view

 

interface Bridge-Aggregation33
 link-aggregation mode dynamic

 

interface range Ten-GigabitEthernet 1/0/49 to Ten-GigabitEthernet 1/0/50

 port link-aggregation group 33

 

interface Bridge-Aggregation33

 **** PUT WHATEVER SPECIFIC CONFIG YOU NEED IN HER

 **** However, for your environment, this would certainly be minimal (or nothing).

 quit

 

end

##########################

 

You could alternatively build an IRF with the same kit which may be a better fit for your needs.

 

Regards,

 

Pete

MASE
CCNP
Meru MCSE
mmiloqui
Occasional Visitor

Re: HP 5500-HI 48g LACP

Hi pete, thanks for the answer! i have to do this on both switches?

Pete W
Valued Contributor

Re: HP 5500-HI 48g LACP

Yes - on both switches.

 

Regards,

 

Peter

MASE
CCNP
Meru MCSE
JasonL1
Frequent Advisor

Re: HP 5500-HI 48g LACP

Pete is right on the money.

 

If you ever add vlans, you will add the vlan config to the BridgeAggregation config itself and that, will apply it to any ports on the switch that are in that aggregation.