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Hi,

I have an cisco 2811 with two nic, how can i do to aggregate this two links to becaume an only redondant port

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it's work i tried this thank u


But its si possible to do that with ether channel  ?



         -----etherchannel--------((catalyst1))
        |                                                 |
(((router)))                                         |
        |_____etherchannel___((catalyst2))
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Do what with etherchannel???
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i want to do and etherchannel 802.1Q vlan trunk and using a multichassis configuration is it possible ?

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Depends on the switch. If they support stackwise you can, but need stacking cables!
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Cisco does not support multichassis etherchannel

On the 3750's (using stackwise cables) and 6500 with VSS the multiple chassis becomes a single virtual chassis.
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Hi all

it mean the 2690 series does not support the multi-chassis ?


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Hi all

it mean the 2960 (lite) series does not support the multi-chassis ?


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As previously stated:

Cisco does not support multichassis etherchannel. Unless you've got a 3750 or 6500 with appropriate hardware, then it comes close.


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