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HP FlexFabric 12900 Series Configuration Manual: Configuring Irf Link Load Sharing Mode

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Configuring IRF link load sharing mode

On an IRF port, traffic is balanced across its physical links.
You can configure the IRF port to distribute traffic based on any combination of the following criteria:
IP addresses.
MAC addresses.
Incoming ports.
The system displays an error message if a criteria combination is not supported.
Configure the IRF link load sharing mode for IRF links in system view or IRF port view:
In system view, the configuration is global and takes effect on all IRF ports.
In IRF port view, the configuration is port specific and takes effect only on the specified IRF port.
An IRF port preferentially uses the port-specific load sharing mode. If no port-specific load sharing mode
is available, the IRF port uses the global load sharing mode.
Configuring the global load sharing mode
Step
1.
Enter system view.
2.
Configure the global IRF
link load sharing mode.
Configuring a port-specific load sharing mode
Before you configure a port-specific load sharing mode, make sure you have bound a minimum of one
physical interface to the IRF port.
To configure a port-specific load sharing mode for an IRF port:
Step
1.
Enter system view.
2.
Enter IRF port view.
Command
system-view
irf-port global load-sharing mode
{ destination-ip | destination-mac |
ingress-port | source-ip | source-mac } *
Command
system-view
irf-port member-id/port-number
24
Remarks
N/A
The following are the default
load sharing mode:
Non-IP traffic—Source and
destination MAC addresses.
Non-TCP/-UDP IP
traffic—Source and
destination IP addresses.
TCP/UDP IP traffic—Source
and destination service ports.
If you execute this command
multiple times, the most recent
configuration takes effect.
Remarks
N/A
N/A

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