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These issues include: Performance being restricted by the limits in the DOCSIS configuration file. Bursty or inconstant download performance caused by using a sub-optimal rate limiting scheme on the cable modem termination system (CMTS). Upstream and downstream channel congestion. Backhaul network or Internet congestion.When to use a lag in a network?
LAGs can be used to directly connect two switches when the traffic between them requires high bandwidth and reliability, or to provide a higher-bandwidth connection to a public network. Management functions treat a LAG as if it were a single physical port.What happens when you add a port to the lag?
The LAG issues an alert and rejects the configuration if port members have different settings for port speed, duplex mode, or MTU size, or if you accidentally connect ports that are not members of the LAG. Use Ethernet or fiber cable to connect the ports that you added to the LAG on each device.What do you mean by lag in link aggregation?
Link aggregation is sometimes called by other names: The most common device combinations involve connecting a switch to another switch, a server, a network attached storage (NAS) device, or a multi-port access point. Network devices and management functions treat the link aggregation group (LAG) of multiple Ethernet connections as a single link.