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2020/06/04 16:51:18 (permalink)
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Aggregate Interfaces / Link aggregation

Hello, what is the equivalent of using Etherchannel mode ON in Fortigate?
 
I have a Cisco switch I will replace with a Fortiswitch. Currently the PortChannel shows as mode ON. What will be the equivalent in Fortiswitch?
 
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    fsw_user
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    Re: Aggregate Interfaces / Link aggregation 2020/07/09 04:44:51 (permalink)
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    It would probably be mclag.
    I found the below to be very useful when I had to configure the 4 x 1048e's and 2 x 548d's!

    https://help.fortinet.com/fos60hlp/60/Content/FortiOS/fortigate-managing-fortiswitch/Stacking.htm
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    Re: Aggregate Interfaces / Link aggregation 2020/12/01 14:31:56 (permalink)
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    I guess you found out the answer, but anyways. Just for the record. Portchannel on equals static LAG in Fortiswitch. I had many problems trying to make both work in LACP Active-Passive or Active-Active. Even Cisco switches have some differences when trying to do the same configuration.
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