This is not a question where I am asking for the Exact CLI commands step by step but more of a high level overview question.
I have some questions about stacking on the back plane and utilizing regular static configured LAG (4x1GBps interfaces on each core switch)
I just was hired on this job a few months ago, and my boss told me that the two core switches in at our small business (under 100 employee's) are not stacked with a stacking cable.
They transfer data between each core switch via 4 x 1GBps interfaces (Gi0/17, Gi0/18, Gi0/47 and Gi0/48 bound as a single link)
Should i keep the LAG up AND utilize the stacking cable as well? Will that offer more bandwidth and more paths between the two core switches? Is it a good idea to utilize both?
should i just enabled the 10G SPF+ interfaces, plug in the stacking cables, reboot and then once i get master/slave going on the two switches REMOVE the static LAG after?
I think I should keep the LAG no? Because more paths and more bandwidth is better... right? :\