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Connecting 2 switches together via fibre with link aggregation setup

Connecting 2 switches together via fibre with link aggregation setup

Connecting 2 switches together via fibre with link aggregation setup

Hi there,
i'm sure this is really easy but i am new and self teaching.
I have a Netgear GSM7248R switch that has 3 link aggregation's on it. This is our main switch and has our server connected to it.
I also have a Netgear GS748TP and i have connected them together via fibre. The machines on the second switch is can see the server fine.
However, i have a machine that i would like to make a link aggregate to get more information to and from the server.

I can make the aggregation on the mac and on the switch, but i must be missing an option as it does not ping the server at all with this aggregation. Can someone please tell me if there is something silly i have not done.

many thanks


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