MA5616 VDSL Bonding

Created: Jul 25, 2015 01:07:53Latest reply: Jul 25, 2015 15:25:11 1609 2 0 0

I have one of our MA5616's that we are trying to get VDSL bonding at 17a working. I think I am missing something in the service port but am not sure. I can see two mac addresses of the zyzel modem we have on the other end and both lines are up at 17a around 16db. Below is what I am seeing that I think helps but I can't find any documentation on VDSL bonding.

bonding-group add 0 primary-port 0/1/0 scheme efm peer-scheme efm
bonding-group link add 0 0/1/1
active bonding-group 0

#display bonding-group 0
  ------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Bonding group primary port                  : 0/1/0
  Bonding group profile                       : -
  Bonding group scheme                        : efm
  Bonding group peer-scheme                   : efm
  Bonding group discovery-code                : 0000-0001-0000
  Bonding group description                   :
  Bonding group admin-status                  : active
  Link 0                                      : 0/1/0
  The port state is                           : Activating
  Link 1                                      : 0/1/1
  The port state is                           : Activating

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user_2790689     Created Jul 25, 2015 12:02:42 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Please wait.
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user_114695     Created Jul 25, 2015 15:25:11 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

the zyzel modem can support vdsl bonding or not? if yes, try to deactive the vdsl port and re-active again to check it

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