Combine Multiple Ethernet Links into a Single Logical Link
LACP (Link Aggregation Control Protocol) is a layer 2 protocol that provides functionality when aggregating one or more Ethernet interfaces to form a single logical link (link aggregation groups). The bond interface share the load among many interfaces, which gives fault tolerance and increases throughput.

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Q-Balancer LACP combines multiple ports/links between the appliance itself and switch to provide higher bandwidth links between them. Additionally, ports that are LACP enabled can automatically configure themselves into trunk groups, without any manual configuration/intervention. LACP automatically is able to add/delete individual links to the aggregate bundle, while adding new links and also after recovering from link failures. Q-Balancer LACP provides redundancy in case of an interface or a link failure. When one of the interfaces is down, the connection automatically fails over to the remaining active interface. When all interfaces are working fine, traffic is distributed across all all interfaces to achieve maximum throughput. An expensive physical network upgrade can so be prevented as Q-Balancer LACP increases bandwidth without requiring new equipment.

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Top Benefits

  • Increased reliability and availability

  • Better use of physical resources

  • Increased bandwidth

  • Cost effectiveness