Solved 4x1Gbps LACP!

Crest

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In the ifconfig output in your first screenshot only igb0 and igb2 are active members of the lagg0 pseudo-interface. Are igb1 and igb3 up and connected to the correct ports on the switch? If multiple switches are involved do they support multi-chassis LACP between each other?
 
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shahzaib

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In the ifconfig output in your first screenshot only igb0 and igb2 are active members of the lagg0 pseudo-interface. Are igb1 and igb3 up and connected to the correct ports on the switch? If multiple switches are involved do they support multi-chassis LACP between each other?

Hi, here is the status for both interfaces which looks active to me, they should be member on same switch, no involvement of multiple switches. :

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Crest

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Can you switch the cables between one of the working interfaces and one of the other two? If the active state moves with the cable it is most likely a problem with your switch configuration.
 
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shahzaib

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Can you switch the cables between one of the working interfaces and one of the other two? If the active state moves with the cable it is most likely a problem with your switch configuration.
I reported DC to check Switch config and looks like things are good now, traffic is distributed to all ports now.

Thanks !!
 
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