I have a PowerConnect 5324 with a very simple configuration. 1 VLAN (not ID #1) which includes 20 single ports and 1 4-port LAG group. The LAG group connects to a PowerConnect 2748 which is the lab's backbone switch. The problem is that when I've had to power cycle the 5324, it loses the LAG configuration, however. the VLAN still contains the 20 individual ports assigned to it. Why would it not save the LAG membership, but does retain the rest of the VLAN information?
Can anyone shed some light on this? I don't see any other sort of button that I need to click to save the LAG data once i've made the changes to it.
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The configuration must be saved explicitly.
Use the System>File Management>Copy Files webpage to to copy the running-config to the startup-config after configuring your LAG.
Or on the CLI:
console # copy running-config startup-config