Ubiquiti UniFi Switch 48 750W

Ubiquiti UniFi Switch 48 750W
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Aggregation

UniFi Switches support aggregation of up to four sequentially numbered ports using the Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP). All ports, including the SFP and SFP+ ports can be aggregated.

  1. To create an aggregation group, select the Ports tab, and then identify up to four available sequentially numbered ports – in this example we will use ports 31-34.
    Ubiquiti UniFi Switch 48: Ports (No LACP)

    UniFi Switch 48: Ports (30-46)

  2. Select the first port for the new aggregation group – in this example 31 – and click Edit Selected. The properties for the individual port will be displayed.
    Ubiquiti UniFi Switch 48: Port 31

    UniFi Switch 48: Port 31

  3. In the Aggregate Ports field, type the ending port number – in this example 34, and click Apply. The window returns to displaying a list of ports.
    Ubiquiti UniFi Switch 48: Ports (LACP)

    UniFi Switch 48: Ports (LACP)

  4. The Aggregating Ports31-34 in this example – are shown in the list of ports, and can now only be managed through the primary port – 31 in this example.

The ports are now aggregated at the switch. Next the client needs to be configured.

Example: Windows Server 2012 R2

After the ports at the switch have been aggregated, teaming must be configured on Windows Server in order to enable the link.

  1. Open the NIC Teaming console (Server Manager > Local Server > Properties > NIC Teaming). The NIC Teaming console will be displayed.
    Windows Server: NIC Teaming

    Windows Server: NIC Teaming

  2. Select the available network adapters to include in the team, then right click and select Add to New Team. The New team window will be displayed.
    Windows Server: NIC Team

    Windows Server: New team

  3. Type a desired Team name in the provided field, then ensure the correct Member adapters have been ticked. Expand Additional properties.
  4. Set Teaming mode to LACP.
  5. Set Load balancing mode depending on the role of the team interface:
    • If the interface will only be used for Hyper-V network traffic, use Hyper-V Port;
    • If the interface will only be used for TCP/IP network services, use Address Hash;
    • Otherwise, use the default setting of Dynamic.
  6. Click OK. The window will close and the new team will initialise, which may take a few moments. When ready, the new team will be displayed in the NIC Teaming console window.
    Windows Server: NIC Teaming

    Windows Server: NIC Teaming

The ports are now aggregated at the switch, and teamed in Windows.

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