we have currently a configuration with 3 bonded (link aggregation) channels, each delivering 1 Gb/s uplink, providing a total of 3 Gb/s uplink.
Due to a recent network upgrade, we can now add more channels to the same group in order to have a total of 9 Gb/s uplink, meaning that we should bond toegether 9 channels. When we tried to change the old configuration in order to include six new channels to the bondend group we noticed 2 things:
1) one channel was left in standby (blinking orange led)
2) no increase in the uplink bandwidth semmed to happen
By looking around it looks like the channel group is limited to a maximum of 8 channels [*].
Do you confirm this?
Is in fact the new configuration not working/active since we are exceeding this limit? (this would explain the non-increase in the uplink bandwidth).
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