Knox Hutchinson, SPOTO trainer, demonstrates how to create a high bandwidth trunk between two switches. He interconnects them with multiple links that are then combined into a larger virtual connection.
This is the new Juniper training.
Link aggregation has many benefits. It provides greater bandwidth and availability. The process of implementing them is more difficult. Link aggregation involves physically connecting two switches with multiple links and then combining them virtualy. Multiple physical connections can be treated as one virtual link so more data can pass through. Additionally, interfaces are protected from failure.
This Juniper Link Aggregation training will teach network administrators how to link aggregate switches made by Juniper Devices.
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Start trainingThe two-part series covers topics like understanding the theory behind aggregating links to create a single layer interface, balancing traffic among member links in an Ethernet bundle, and managing increased availability using redundant member links.
You can watch a video from the series here:
This series includes the following skills:
Deploy LACP on Junos Devices
Multi-Chassis Link Aggregations (MCLAG) for Junos Bridges
This training covers the following topics:
Install LACP on QFX Series Switches
Use LACP to connect Cisco IOS and Junos
Create aggregated Ethernet interfaces
Install LACP on EX Series Switches
This training includes:
1 hour of training
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