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PowerConnect x1052 back plane questions


I am trying to maximize the speed of my network and would like to put the endpoints of my lag into different backplanes on the switch is there a white paper to detail this?


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RE: PowerConnect x1052 back plane questions

The information I have indicates that the X1052 does not break up port groups into different backplanes/fabric/phy, all ports operate on the same backplane. The switch also has one packet processor. The x1052 has a total switch fabric capacity of 176Gbps, with a forwarding rate of 131Mpps.

Setting up the LAG is pretty straight forward. Here is a KB article with some information on the process.


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