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    Netgear GSM7248 and GS724TP switches do not communicate each other

    Few days ago I have configured one GSM7248 and two GS724 switches over my network. Right now The GSM7248 is working but other two smart switches do not work and does not detect the network when directly plugged in. The strange thing is both GS724 switches connect to the GSM7248 on ports 41 and 43. The web interface displaying traffic through the ports. Why doesn’t it talk to other switches?

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    Re: Netgear GSM7248 and GS724TP switches do not communicate each other

    What does it say in the manual or the manufacturer's knowledge base on this subject?

    How exactly, so what ports are connected to which switch?

    Do you have the first 4-way switches connected and enabled LACP on the ports in the port / configured, or vice versa?

    What and how you have configured it exactly?

    So if the switch supports the link aggregation control protocol (LACP) IEEE 802.3ad support for dynamic clustering of physical network connections, then this should especially between switches (including different manufacturers) work fine. Because that is what it is precisely this official IEEE standard.

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    Re: Netgear GSM7248 and GS724TP switches do not communicate each other

    Try it some this way:
    • Disconnect all connections between the two switches.
    • Configure the switches individually, and put them first back to the factory settings.
    • Configure each switch individually now, and make each of the first basic configuration (IP addresses, etc.).
    • Then configure the "LAG Configuration". Point here but right at LAG Type "LACP" on.
    • Now connect a patch cable to port 1 on Switch 1 only to port 1 of switch 2. Now wait a few seconds, and then check the "LAG State”.
    • Then connect with a second patch cable from port 2 now switch 1 to port 2 of switch 2 Now wait a few seconds, and then check again the "LAG State", etc.
    • And so on ... connect a patch cable to the other.

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    Re: Netgear GSM7248 and GS724TP switches do not communicate each other

    As far as I know that you can manage all ProSafe Smart Switches from an easy-to-use web interface that allows you to configure all features, as well as monitor and troubleshooting can be used. These switches also have SNMP (v1, 2 and 3) for data administration, device management and more easily enforce critical IT controls and policies. SNMP v2c is most commonly used because it provides better reporting capabilities than SNMP v1. Company, for the security in mind, opts for SNMP v3 like, which also has functions for data encryption.

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    Re: Netgear GSM7248 and GS724TP switches do not communicate each other

    The GS728TSB has 28 gigabit Ethernet ports. The GS728TPSB variant offers on top of power-over-Ethernet on eight ports. The GS752TSB Ethernet Switch offers 52 ports while the GS752TPSB have eight power-over-Ethernet ports available. According to Netgear up to six switches can be stacked so that a configuration of three hundred Ethernet ports available. The stackable switches are compatible with ipv6 and static routing. It can also restrict access by the application of access control lists.

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