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Author Topic: trying to set up Link Aggregation 802.3ad for a synology 1010+ Is this Trunking?  (Read 5735 times)

bitbob

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Trying to set up Link Aggregation 802.3ad for a synology 1010+. Is this Trunking? The Synology has 2 gig-e ports and says that they can be link aggregated but I cannot find any mention of support for 802.3ad link aggegation in the D-link literature. Is this the same as trunking? If it is the same do the ports have to be contiguous 8-9 or can they be separated 8-11. Are there any articles about setting this up online? Does the computer accessing the 1010+ raid also have to have the link aggregation set up? Thanks for your help.....
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silver_surfer30

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yes that is trunk...
But you need to check which type of link aggregation is supported by the synology: static or dynamic.
The DES only support static aggregation.
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