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Creates a LAG.
createlag lagname connector1 [connector2 [...connectorN]][-n][-lacpmode active|passive|off][-h]
lagname is the identifier of the LAG
connector1 is the name of the first connector to be added to the LAG (0A-ETH-1 to 0A-ETH-4 and 1A-ETH-1 to 1A-ETH-4).
connectorN is the name of the last connector to be added to the LAG (0A-ETH-1 to 0A-ETH-4 and 1A-ETH-1 to 1A-ETH-4).
This hardware command creates a LAG for maximizing Ethernet bandwidth. You specify which connectors are to belong to the LAG.
Note - If a VNIC has been assigned to a connector, that connector cannot be added to a LAG until the respective VNIC has been deleted.
The createlag command supports the Link Aggregate Control Protocol (LACP) and permits network devices to auto-negotiate link bundling by sending LACP packets to peers which also implement LACP.
The createlag command is available from the /SYS/Gateway_Mgmt and /SYS/Fabric_Mgmt Linux shell targets of the Oracle ILOM CLI interface.
This table describes the options to the createlag command and their purposes.
This example shows how to create a LAG with name test using the createlag command.
# createlag test 0A-ETH-1 0A-ETH-2 Lag created #