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What is the limit for LAGs in EXOS?

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TitleWhat is the limit for LAGs in EXOS?
Question
What are the limitations for EXOS and LAGs?
 
Environment
  • EXOS
Answer
As found in the EXOS user guide,

Load Sharing Guidelines 

For Summit Family Switches and SummitStack the following rules apply to load sharing. 

• A static LAG can contain up to eight ports. 
• An LACP LAG can contain twice the number of ports as a static LAG. The maximum number of 
selected links is the same as the limit for a static LAG. The remaining links are standby links. 
• A Health Check LAG can contain the same number of ports as a static LAG. 
• The maximum number of LAGs for Summit family switches is 128. 


For the Summit X450-G2, X460-G2, X670-G2, X770, and ExtremeSwitching X870 series switches, the 
following rules apply to load sharing. 

• A static LAG can contain up to 32 ports when configured to use the L2,L3,L3_L4 or custom 
algorithm. 
• For all the algorithms, LACP LAG can contain up to 64 ports per LAG, which includes up to 32 
selected links and 32 standby links. 
• A SummitStack consisting entirely of X450-G2, X460-G2, X670-G2, X770, and X870 switches can 
contain up to 64 ports for all algorithms. All platforms have the same stacking limits. 
 
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