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Load balancing on a Summit switches

Load balancing on a Summit switches

Load balancing on a Summit switches

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We are trying to balance 2 connections between two switches.

We setup 2 consecutive ports on both switches and programmed them.  They seems to see each other.

The bandwidth monitor is telling us that it has 20 MBs going down 1st port and 5 MB down 2nd port channels.

The problem is that 25 MB is coming back on 1st channel and nothing coming back on the 2nd channel.

2 questions:

How do I balance the traffic closer to 50/50?

How do I tell the switch to balance the return traffic?



 

RE: Load balancing on a Summit switches

what is the algorithm in place on both switches??

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