LACP Configuration on Cisco Devices


In this article we will focus LACP Cisco Configuration. We will make a link aggregation protocol with two ports in one bundle. You can use more port up to 8 ports in Cisco devices.

Link aggregation Example Topology on Cisco

Link Aggregation on Cisco Devices

In our LACP Cisco Configuration example, we will use the G1/0/0 and the G2/0/0 ports to configure link aggregation. The basic configuration steps are below.,

On RouterA

RouterA> enable
RouterA# configure terminal
RouterA (config)# interface port-channel 1
RouterA (config-if)# lacp max-bundle 2
RouterA (config-if)# ip address
RouterA (config-if)# interface g1/0/0
RouterA (config-if)# no ip address
RouterA (config-if)# channel-group 1 mode active
RouterA (config-if)# exit
RouterA (config)# interface g2/0/0
RouterA (config-if)# no ip address
RouterA (config-if)# channel-group 1 mode active
RouterA (config-if)# end

Link Aggregation – Part 1 (Link Aggregation Control Protocol, LACP)
Link Aggregation – Part 2 (LACP Configuration on Cisco Devices)
Link Aggregation – Part 3 (LACP Configuration on Juniper Devices)
Link Aggregation – Part 4 (LAG Configuration on Alcatel-Lucent Devices)

Lesson tags: cisco IOS, Etherchannel, LAG, packet tracer, cisco packet tracer, LACP
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