Our company is planning to implement a upgrade that will require load balancing and link aggregation across multiple switches similar to SMLT or distributed multi-link trunking. i realize SMLT is a proprietary protocol but im not sure about DMLT. but what would be its true equivalent for switch configurations i have attached a network Diagram below of what we are planning. we will be using 3550 & 6500 series switches RRMSNetworkUpgrade-.pdf
Here's are link to the 3750 Configuration Guide
Within it you should find configuration guidelines for all the features supported by the switch
Managing Switch Stacks:
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