Tagged member and Link Aggregation in H3C WX

Under Network --> VLAN,

Does it mean VLAN 10, 100, 200, 300 will be marked in the packet when passing through GigabitEthernet1/0/1 in the attached file ?

What the usage of link aggregation for binding 3 physical ports in the attached file ?

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Since those are tagged ports, sure traffic for all VLANs that are allowed on those ports will be tagged, except native VLAN (in your case VLAN 1).

Link aggregation is binding ports together to get more bandwidth for traffic. In your case you will get 3*1GB, but have in mind because of underlying logic of creating and balancing traffic, it is not the same as you have one link with 3GB of throughput. It is recommended to create link-aggregation with even number of ports (at least in Cisco case, but I guess that all manufacturers have similar logic).

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