Thu, Oct 10, 2019 6:36 AM
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Hello Darrel, in the last 11 months
since your update, you don’t happen to know if the R750 had its link aggregation enabled?
I have a great system upgrade opportunity
becoming available, but the client wants to keep their switch for the time
being.. And maybe one day in the future
have 3.5Gig over both connections
LACP: Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) is a software feature designed to aggregate multiple physical Ethernet links together into one logical link to increase collective bandwidth. This feature allows an AP whose maximum throughput exceeds that of one of its Ethernet ports to virtually bind two ports together, allowing speeds of up to 2 Gbps over the two combined 1 Gbps ports. Beginning with 802.11ac (Wave 2), the theoretical maximum throughput of an AP has increased beyond 1 Gpbs (the speed of most AP Ethernet ports). This feature is designed to circumvent the 1 Gbps speed limit imposed by the Ethernet ports. Note: LACP is currently supported on the following APs only: R610, R710 and R720.
How can we improve?