Synonyms for lacp or Related words with lacp

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Examples of "lacp"
Within the IEEE specification, the Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) provides a method to control the bundling of several physical ports together to form a single logical channel. LACP allows a network device to negotiate an automatic bundling of links by sending LACP packets to the peer (directly connected device that also implements LACP).
Both technologies are capable of automatically configuring this logical link. EtherChannel supports both LACP and Cisco's PAgP, whereas 802.3ad uses LACP.
Citrix XenServer and VMware ESX have native support for link-aggregation. XenServer offers both static-LAG's as well as LACP. vSphere 5.1 (ESXi) now supports both static-LAG's and LACP natively with their virtual distributed switch.
League of American Communications Professionals (LACP) Vision Awards (USA) 2001, 2003, 2004
On Cisco network devices running CatOS, a single switch module may only be configured to run in either LACP or PAgP modes. Cisco devices that run IOS (native and/or non-hybrid mode boxes) support individual port configuration for LACP and are not restricted to per module settings as with CatOS.
Nine of the top 10 largest members of the Fortune 500 have participated in LACP competitions. Those in the Top 100 include:
LACP has developed several tools to benefit professional communicators including PR Tools 2012, which includes 25+ PR templates and 60+ "how-to" PR guides on CD.
LACP membership is available to communications professionals working at least 20 hours per week. Students and retired PR pros are also eligible.
For a different style of resilience between 2 nodes, a complete implementation of the LACP protocol supports separate worker/standby LAG subgroups. For LAG N+N, the worker links as a group will fail over to the standby links if any one or more or all of the links in the worker group fail. Note, LACP marks links as in standby mode using an “out of sync” flag.
Apart from all standard layer2 switching capabilities as VLAN's, link aggregation (static and LACP, dot1x access-security and dynamic vlan assignment, the switches also offer some basic IP routing/layer 3 processing.
LACP works by sending frames (LACPDUs) down all links that have the protocol enabled. If it finds a device on the other end of the link that also has LACP enabled, it will also independently send frames along the same links enabling the two units to detect multiple links between themselves and then combine them into a single logical link. LACP can be configured in one of two modes: active or passive. In active mode it will always send frames along the configured links. In passive mode however, it acts as "speak when spoken to", and therefore can be used as a way of controlling accidental loops (as long as the other device is in active mode).
LACP develops several reports annually that focus on the best practices within certain disciplines. Examples include the annual report best practices report and the employee communications best practices report, both of which have become staples within the communications industry. Narrative evaluations are also produced in order to provide individual clients with feedback.
This is not the case with Link Aggregate Control Protocol which "Does not increase the bandwidth for a single conversation.". This means an LACP group consisting of two 1Gbit/s physical ports will have a maximum transfer rate of 1Gbit/s (minus overhead) per transfer.
Virtual LACP (VLACP) is an Avaya extension of the Link Aggregation Control Protocol to provide a Layer 2 handshaking protocol which can detect end-to-end failure between two physical Ethernet interfaces. It allows the switch to detect unidirectional or bi-directional link failures irrespective of intermediary devices and enables link recovery in less than one second.
The Linux Team driver provides an alternative to bonding driver. The main difference is that Team driver kernel part contains only essential code and the rest of the code (link validation, LACP implementation, decision making, etc.) is run in userspace as a part of "teamd" daemon.
The VEM uses the vDS API, which was developed by VMware and Cisco together Besides offering the NX-OS interface to configure, manage and monitor the virtual switch it also supports LACP link aggregation where the standard virtual switches only support static LAGs
The 3064 has a single fan tray, two replaceable power-supplies on board and two separate "out of band" management interfaces. To connect the 3064 to the rest of the network the use of proprietary EtherChannel or Link aggregation using industry-standard LACP or IEEE 802.3ad is supported with up to 32 port-channels with each up to 16 physical interfaces.
Other umbrella terms used to describe the method include port trunking,link bundling, Ethernet/network/NIC bonding, or NIC teaming. These umbrella terms encompass not only vendor-independent standards such as Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) for Ethernet defined in IEEE 802.1AX and IEEE 802.1aq or the previous IEEE 802.3ad, but also various proprietary solutions.
Aggregation mismatch refers to not matching the aggregation type on both ends of the link. Some switches do not implement the 802.1AX standard but support static configuration of link aggregation. Therefore, link aggregation between similarly statically configured switches will work, but will fail between a statically configured switch and a device that is configured for LACP.
St. Rita's has, over the years, emphasized long range planning and keeping completely up-to-date not only with the most sophisticated pieces of equipment, but in medical procedures and services to the community. In 2008, St. Rita's purchased Lima Allen County Paramedics (LACP) and operates the service of emergency/911 response, interfacility transfers, and Ambulette transports.