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SG200-50 LACP on port 49 and 50

Hello

I used LACP on port 49 and 50.

After upgrade firmware from 1.0.0.19 to 1.1.2.0 my LAG1 stay down...all port member stay down, port link is up but LAG stay down...

I testtu delete and reconfigure LAG1 but nothing work...

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Hello DSI

What is the port 49 and 50 connecting to? What is the configuration on that device?

Cisco Small Business Support Center

Randy Manthey

CCNA, CCNA - Security

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My settings are on SG200-51 Number 1:

Port Management / Port Settings :
Interface  | Port Type            | Status Port | Speed Duplex | Mode | LAG
GE49       | 1000M-ComboC | Up               | 1000M             | Full    | 1
GE50       | 1000M-ComboC | Up               | 1000M             | Full    | 1

In Port Management / Link Aggregation / LAG Management :

LAG   | Name           | LACP      | Link State      | Active member  |  Standby Member

LAG1 | Networks1   | Enabled   | Link Down    |                            | GE49, GE50

In Port Management / Link Aggregation / LAG Settings :

Entry N° |  LAG | Descritpion | type | status | auto négotiontion| speed | flow Control

     1       | LAG1 |Networks1   |         | Down |                            |             |

In Port Management / Link Aggregation / LACP :

Entry No. | Port    | Port Priority | LACP Timeout

    49        |GE49   |1                    |Long

    50        | GE50  |1                    |Long

I have this problème with some SG200.

In case 1 with a other SG200 with the same configuration for LAG

In case 2 wiith Catayst 2960S with LAG configuration.

But before fireware upgrade on SG200 all work fine!

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DSI,

I would recommend calling the 1866-606-1866 support number and creating a case, so we can gather further information.

thanks

Cisco Small Business Support Center

Randy Manthey

CCNA, CCNA - Security