I have 2 DELL6224 switches in Stack (so logically is only one sw). What I need is to make works "Teaming" with a Server windows Server 2008R2.
Is there some special configuration that I must do in Switches? or this is only a Windows server issue?
depending on the type of TEAM you are looking for:
If you choose active/active - you have another choice:
Any LAG settings on the switch, need to be the same on the server side - most likely using Broadcom BACS or other nic teaming software (Intel, etc)
So, if you pick Active/Active LACP (auto) - then you need to make sure the NICs are setup to do an LACP TEAM on the server side using the server software
Hope this helps,
Ok, can you a template o something like that for use as a guide?. I mean., a template for LACP/ Teaming?
Here's a good video on how to do it on the server side by the dell techcenter folks:
for the switch, it's only one command listed in my post above "channel group 1 mode [auto/on]"
uhmm, but in your previous message you put the following:
"Active/Active LAG the command is "channel group 1 mode [auto/on]" . I can not see "switchport 1 mode" ???
follow my first post lol
"channel group 1 mode [auto/on]"
I'll edit that post...
I need more help refer to Server. It is a DELL R210 server. What I need to configure in this type oof server to make NIC teamin works properly?. I thin a Broadcom software, but, from where I can get this program?. From DELL CD? from Internet?. Is there any tutorial?
You can get the Broadcom software from here:-
Once you extracted the file, you should have 3 folders, 1 of them is Driver Management Apps Installer, the Broadcom software will reside here.
For tutorial please follow the video posted by Blade above.
Let us know how it goes.
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