Do ERPS-enabled S series switches support load balancing

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For S series switches, one or two ERPS rings can be configured over a physical ring. Different protected instances are configured for ERPS rings. Each blocked port only takes effect for VLANs protected by the local ERPS ring. Data of different VLANs is transmitted through different paths, implementing traffic load balancing and link backup.

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Do S series switches support ERPS
S series switches (excluding the S1700) support the ERPS function. All versions and models of modular switches support the ERPS function. For the ERPS function supported by fixed switches, see the precautions of ERPS in the Ethernet Switching in Whether the S-series switches support non-equivalent load balancing
S series switch load sharing is generally equivalent load sharing, can not achieve non-equivalent load sharing. If you want non-equivalent load balancing, you can only force certain data streams to go through the specified next hop by policy routing.

Do S series switches support ERPS sub-rings
S series switches in V200R003 and later versions support the sub-ring function. Earlier versions do not support this function.

Do S series switches support ratio-based load balancing
S series switches (except the S1700) support per-flow load balancing but do not support ratio-based load balancing.

How do I configure VRRP load balancing on an S series switch
To configure VRRP load balancing on an S series switch (except the S1700), see section "Typical Reliability Configuration" at S1720&S2700&S3700&S5700&S6700&S7700&S9700 Typical Configuration Examples. The configuration method for the S9300 is the same as that for other switch models.

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