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Switch A5120 JE068A

List01
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Switch A5120 JE068A

Hi,

I have two swichs A5120 JE068A empinhados X (ring) through the cable CX4, they are already in production with the configured VLANs. The purpose for acquisition of two switches was to serve as a backup one another, ie, if one fails the network could not stop, but unfortunately when anyone gets osciosa to the network for a sufficient time to knock some applications.

Searching on the HP website it recommends using the IRF, where we can leave the two working to optimize the network and when a failure one assumes all connections without stopping the network, so I want to know the configuration of our switches are certain:


<CORE_VM>
<CORE_VM>display irf
Switch Role Priority CPU-Mac Description
1 Slave 1 b8af-67ee-eee1 -----
*+2 Master 1 b8af-67ed-eee2 -----
--------------------------------------------------
* indicates the device is the master.
+ indicates the device through which the user logs in.
The Bridge MAC of the IRF is: b8af-67ee-eee3
Auto upgrade : yes
Mac persistent : always
Domain ID : 0
<CORE_VM>
<CORE_VM>
<CORE_VM>display irf configuration
MemberID NewID IRF-Port1 IRF-Port2
1 1 Ten-GigabitEthernet1/1/1 Ten-GigabitEthernet1/1/2
2 2 Ten-GigabitEthernet2/1/1 Ten-GigabitEthernet2/1/2
<CORE_VM>
<CORE_VM>
<CORE_VM>display irf topology
Topology Info
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
IRF-Port1 IRF-Port2
Switch Link neighbor Link neighbor Belong To
2 UP 1 UP 1 b8af-67ed-eee2
1 UP 2 UP 2 b8af-67ed-eee2
<CORE_VM>
<CORE_VM>
 

Thanks!

 

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