|Juniper SRX - How do I configure LACP (802.3ad) ?|
|Firewalls - Juniper - SRX Series Gateway|
|Friday, 01 February 2013 00:00|
IEEE 802.3ad (LACP) is a technology that provides a method of aggregating multiple Ethernet links into a single logical channel.
To configure LACP the following commands are used. This example aggregates the interfaces fe-0/0/3 and fe-0/0/4 into a logical interface named 'ae1'. This logical interface is then configured as an access port and assigned to vlan 'vlan-trust'.
set chassis aggregated-devices ethernet device-count 2
Once configured and commited the running configuration (for your new aggregated interfaces) will look like this,
To confirm that the interface is up run the following command,
root@srx# run show interfaces terse | match ae1
If you then need to show further information on your aggregated interface you can run the command,
root@srx# run show interfaces ae1 extensive
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