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Configure LAG from Netgear GS752TPS to Cisco 3560 Catalyst

Configure LAG from Netgear GS752TPS to Cisco 3560 Catalyst

(OP)
I enabled the LAG in Netgear through its GUI as follows

Lag Name: ch2
Lag ID: 12
Lag Type: Static
Ports: 1/g1, 1/g2, 1/g3, 1/g4

On Cisco I did this following commands

int fa 0/1
switchport
channel group 1 mode on
no shutdown

Did for every port fa 0/1 - 0/4. I think this configuration is not working. Can somebody verify it or I did some mistake. I am confused between Etherchannel and Port Channel.

RE: Configure LAG from Netgear GS752TPS to Cisco 3560 Catalyst

On the Cisco side, did you define:
interface Port-channel1
switchport

?

RE: Configure LAG from Netgear GS752TPS to Cisco 3560 Catalyst

(OP)
No I just typed those commands on switch for every port. (Fa 0/1 to Fa 0/4). All the ports belongs to default VLAN. I just want 4 ports for LAG.

RE: Configure LAG from Netgear GS752TPS to Cisco 3560 Catalyst

you need to define the "Port-channel" for the group, then assign interfaces to that LAG. The numbers must match, i.e. Po1 would have interfaces with "channel-group 1".

RE: Configure LAG from Netgear GS752TPS to Cisco 3560 Catalyst

(OP)
OK. After defining port channel as

interface port-channel 1

I have to run below commands again for every port ?

int fa 0/1
switchport
channel group 1 mode on
no shutdown

Or I have to make some changes is these to make it work. At the time I setup it didn't gave any error.

RE: Configure LAG from Netgear GS752TPS to Cisco 3560 Catalyst

do "sh run" and see if the "channel group 1 mode on" show on the interfaces. If they do, no, you do not have to enter them again.

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