Are there any L 2 Etherchannel restrictions on 3560?
I have a 2GB (2 x 1GB) Etherchannel configured on my WS-C3560G-48TS-S ports GI0/30-31 and would like to know if their are any switch hardware restrictions for that bandwidth? Should I build them on different groups of port. The etherchannel is connected to a 4500-e fastE gig blade that has ASIC restrictions of up to 3GB per 12 ports.
There could be such a restriction, but I haven't seen the 3560 (3750) architecture documented. What is documented is the "fabric" only supports 32 Gbps, and since 48 gig ports (ignoring SFP ports) would need 96 Gbps, there's a bottleneck somewhere.
I also recall, the discontinued 3750 that provided a 10 gig port, only could substain 8 Gbps. So, perhaps multiple ports are grouped to an ASIC that has 8 Gbps limitation of some kind.
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