Connecting Cisco 3750 or 2950 to a Nortel Switch

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by dragonwarlord, Jun 7, 2005.

  1. We have a Passport 8600 switch at our core. We are going to be
    upgrading our closet switches to Cisco 3750's in the next couple of
    months. We currently have an MLT that ties our closet switch to the
    Passport that uses multiple ports. The Cisco equivalent is
    Etherchannel. Here lies the problem. How can I tie two or more ports
    between the Cisco switch and the Passport? There is a standard called
    LACP(802.3ad) that is supposed to be compatible between the two
    devices. Has anyone successfully connected this type of setup before?
    Interested in any comments.

    Thanks in advance.
    Billy
     
    dragonwarlord, Jun 7, 2005
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    victor

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    You should not run into any issues as LaCP is designed to inter-operate with 3rd party vendors to run etherchannels
     
    victor, Mar 25, 2011
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