2 Replies Latest reply: Jul 13, 2018 10:19 AM by Elvis Ochieng RSS

Is there a plan to support LACP on LAN interfaces, and if so, when and on what models. LACP is very commonly used, as it can be used as a  simple physical link redundancy mechanism, and obviously provides increased capacity.

Gavin Scallan

LACP is supported by *all* enterprise grade networking equipment, and is very commonly used, espcially when connecting the site  router to the switching core. As all intervlan traffic will pass through the SDi Gateway, then a single 1000bT is a limit, and also a single point of failure which currently requires a short convergence time using spanning tree to provide redundancy.


I know LACP is not currently supported, but is there a plan for some models, if so when?