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Flow 3Com 3C17302-US minimizes packet loss by inhibiting the transmitting port from generating more packets until the period of congestion ends. Auto-negotiation Auto-negotiation allows ports to automatically determine the best port speed, duplex-mode only at 10 Mbps and Mbps and flow control.

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You can modify the capabilities that a port "advertises" on a per port basis, dependent on the type of port. 3Com 3C17302-US can disable auto-negotiation on all fixed ports on the Switch, or on a per port basis.


You can also modify the capabilities that a port advertises on a per port basis, dependent on the type of port. For auto-negotiation to work, ports at both ends of the link must be set to auto-negotiate. GBIC ports do not support auto-negotiation of port speed. If auto-negotiation is disabled, the ports will no longer operate in auto-MDIX mode. 3Com 3C17302-US, if you wish to disable auto-negotiation you must ensure you have the correct type 3Com 3C17302-US cable, that is cross-over or straight-through, for the type of device you are connecting to.

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For more information on suitable cable types, please refer to the Getting Started Guide that accompanies your Switch. In other words, auto-negotiation may agree upon a configuration that the cable cannot sustain; smart auto-sensing can 3Com 3C17302-US this and adjust the link accordingly. For example, smart auto-sensing can detect network problems, 3Com 3C17302-US as an unacceptably high error rate or a poor quality cable.

Conditions that affect smart auto-sensing: Smart auto-sensing will not operate on links that do not support auto-negotiation, or on links where one end is at a fixed speed. The link will reset to the higher speed of operation when the link is lost or the unit is power cycled. Smart auto-sensing can only be configured for the whole Switch and not on a per port basis. GBIC ports do not support smart auto-sensing. These parallel links provide two benefits: They can potentially double, triple or quadruple the bandwidth of a connection. Figure 1 shows two 3Com 3C17302-US connected using an aggregated link containing two member links. If all ports on both Switch units are configured as BASE-T and they are operating in full duplex, the potential maximum 3Com 3C17302-US of the connection is 2 Gbps. Figure 1 Switch units connected using an aggregated link.

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Aggregated Link Switch How LACP provides automatic, point-to-point redundancy between two devices switch-to-switch or switch-to-server that have full duplex connections operating at the same speed. If you enable LACP your Switch will detect if there is more than one connection to another device and will automatically create an aggregated link consisting of those links. If a member link 3Com 3C17302-US an aggregated link fails, the traffic using that link is dynamically reassigned to the remaining member links in the aggregated link. Figure 2 shows the simplest case: In this example, if link 1 fails, the 3Com 3C17302-US flow between X and B is remapped to physical link 2.


The Aggregated Links 25 re-mapping occurs as soon as the 3Com 3C17302-US detects that a member link has failed almost instantaneously. As a result, aggregated link configurations are extremely resilient and fault-tolerant. Automatic configuration network management does not need to be used to manually aggregate links. Rapid configuration and reconfiguration. Compatibility non However, you will need to manually configure the aggregated links as LACP will not be able to automatically detect 3Com 3C17302-US form an aggregation.

The operation of Implementing You can implement However, if a port has LACP enabled, if a more appropriate or correct automatic membership is detected by LACP, it will override the manual configuration. For example, in Figure 3, if a port on Switch C is physically connected to Switch B, but you manually configure the port on Switch C to be a member of an aggregated link for Switch 3Com 3C17302-US in error, LACP if it is enabled will detect this and place the port in the aggregated link for Switch B, thus overriding the manual configuration. This allows you to manually configure the MAC address of a particular partner device called the partner ID against a specified aggregated link. LACP will then automatically determine the port membership for that aggregated link.

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