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Ports speed 1G and 10G mixed in the same pool

Hi all!

We have a doubt about a network configuration topic.
Currently islon has different pool network with their different interfaces associated but we have seen that some pools have different speed interfaces associated.
Which it will be the behaviour for a mix of interfaces in the same pool?
We have a 1G interfaces mixed with 10G interfaces.
Would 10G speed be established in a pool with 1G interfaces?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Ports speed 1G and 10G mixed in the same pool

Hi,

 

Which model devices are you using? https://dell.to/2XIYDLF has some information.


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DELL-Josh Cr
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Re: Ports speed 1G and 10G mixed in the same pool

It's not best practices. Yes you can mix 1g & 10g in pool, it will get an IP address, but it will have unpredictable results.                                

https://www.dellemc.com/en-us/collaterals/unauth/white-papers/products/storage/h16857-wp-onefs-best-... page 20. 

* Do not mix interface types (40Gb / 10Gb / 1Gb) in the same SmartConnect Pool

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Re: Ports speed 1G and 10G mixed in the same pool

Ok. Many thanks @DELL-Josh Cr and @PhilLam 
I'll keep it in mind.
It exist some kind of impact when delete these interfaces from pool?

Thanks and best regards.

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Re: Ports speed 1G and 10G mixed in the same pool

yes, remove other type.

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