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HP Virtual Connect link aggregation on C7000 blade enclosure

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I am unable to get my HP ethernet Virtual Connect modules to aggregate/bond the network links to my Nortel 8610 switches.

We created MLT's on the switches, configured one of the VC modules to use all of the links in the MLT, but it keeps showing that only 1 link is active and the others are standby. We use the "Auto" setting when defining the network in the VC. It says that it will automatically aggregate the links if it can. But it doesn't, and it won't tell me why.

Can anyone help me out with this please?

Thank you in advance.


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Never mind. I figured it out on my own.
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