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Stand-alone flag in show etherchannel summary

Sep 26, 2010 10:04 PM

MaX 1 posts since
Mar 10, 2009

Hi Guys,

 

I'm trying to understand what the STAND-ALONE (I) flag means when issuing the "show etherchannel summary" command.

 

I saw this on a 3750 switch on an etherchannel that was created towards a server, also my client said that sometimes link performance was very poor while some others it was perfect.

 

I tried to find and explanation to this flag unsuccessfully, so I guess you can have the answers!!

 

Thank you

  • abhay 30 posts since
    Sep 7, 2009
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    1. Sep 26, 2010 10:54 PM (in response to MaX)
    Re: Stand-alone flag in show etherchannel summary

    Hi MaX,

    I think you should try reconfiguring the Etherchannel because normal output of show etherchannel summary

    should be SU instead of Stand-alone.

     

    S = Layer2 (Switch level)

    U = In use ( all the port in the Etherchannel is in use.)

    Stand-alone means some port are not in use.

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