The Port settings page allows the configuration of individual switch ports, and displays information for each port.
The following information and configuration options are described in the table below.
|Port||Shows the port number.|
|Label||Shows the label, if any, that you've assigned to the port.|
|Flow control||Shows the current flow control status of the port. The status can be: |
|Speed / Duplex||Show the current speed and duplex setting of the port. The setting can be: |
|Untagged VLAN||Shows the untagged VLAN assigned to the port. Only one untagged VLAN can be assigned to a single port.|
|Tagged VLAN||Shows the tagged VLANs assigned to the port. You can assign multiple tagged VLANs to a single port.|
|Configuration source||Shows how the port was configured. You can configure a port manually or by using a site template.|
Link aggregation group (LAG) ports
You can combine multiple Ethernet or SFP links into a single logical link between two network devices for greater throughput and high availability. You can also configure different port speeds for the LAG ports. These LAG ports can be used to create VLAN configurations at the site or switch level.
To configure LAG ports, do as follows:
Click Port settings.
Scroll down to the LAG Ports section, and click on a port you want to make a LAG port.
In the Manage LAG window, select the type as LACP.
From the Ports drop-down menu, slect the ports to add to the LAG group.
If required, give the ports a label.
From the drop-down menu, select Enable for each port you added to the LAG group.
From the drop-down menu, select the speed of each port. You can select a different speed for each port if needed.
Scroll back to the top of the page and click Update to push the new settings to the switch.