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GS724T or GS716T trunking question

Mr_Robot
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GS724T or GS716T trunking question

I have a build based on HP ProCurve switches. #2 switch has set VLANs as #1 both of them have own internet feeds and are #1 is trunked with #2 in case one of those internet feeds will fail or switches will fail there is still WAN communication from any of those VLANs.

 

Is it possible to do with 2 of GS724T or GS716?

 

Thanks

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Mr_Robot
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JennC
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Re: GS724T or GS716T trunking question

Hello Mr_Robot,

 

Welcome to the community!

 

We may need more information of the setup you currently have on these switches. Can you post a simple network diagram that shows the VLANs too and other info that may help?

 

Regards,

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Mr_Robot
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HP switches (both) configuration looks like

 

where on red are marked ports which connect both switches (SW01 and SW02) between. Stack port 1/0/22 is not a real "stackable" as both switches works on their own - just a port with a connection between to "feed" SW02 with the WAN from SW01 porst 1/0/23 or 1/0/24

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Mr_Robot
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JohnRo
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Hello Mr_Robot, 

 

We're glad to know that the KB articles helped you achieved the setup you needed. If you have more questions please feel free to post a new topic. You can also mark the post as a solution, this will help other users if they encounter the same issue. 

 

Thanks, 

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