How can I delete an Eth-Trunk on a CE switch

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Before deleting an Eth-Trunk, delete Eth-Trunk member interfaces. For example, Eth-Trunk 2 has two member interfaces: 10GE1/0/1 and 10GE1/0/2. To delete Eth-Trunk 2, perform the following configurations:
system-view
[~HUAWEI] interface eth-trunk 2
[~HUAWEI-Eth-Trunk2] undo trunkport 10ge 1/0/1
[*HUAWEI-Eth-Trunk2] undo trunkport 10ge 1/0/2
[*HUAWEI-Eth-Trunk2] commit
[~HUAWEI-Eth-Trunk2] quit
[~HUAWEI] undo interface eth-trunk 2
[*HUAWEI] commit

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How to delete an Eth-Trunk on S series switches
For S series switches (except the S1700), follow these two steps to delete an Eth-Trunk: 1. Delete member interfaces from the Eth-Trunk. You can select either of the following two methods to delete a member interface. Method 1: Run the undo command in the Eth-Trunk interface view. [HUAWEI] interface eth-trunk 1 [HUAWEI-Eth-Trunk1] undo trunkport gigabitethernet 1/0/1�?Method 2: Run the undo command in the member interface view. [HUAWEI] interface gigabitethernet 1/0/1 [HUAWEI-GigabitEthernet1/0/1] undo eth-trunk�?2. Delete the Eth-Trunk. Run the undo command in the system view. [HUAWEI] undo interface eth-trunk 10

How to prevent network flapping caused by changes of Eth-Trunk member interfaces on CE switches
The path cost of Eth-Trunks change when Eth-Trunk member interfaces go Up or Down. In this case, STP recalculates the path cost and spanning tree, causing network topology changes and network flapping. You can run the stp [ process process-id ] [ instance instance-id ] cost cost command in the Eth-Trunk interface view to set the path cost of Eth-Trunks to a fixed value. In this way, the changes of Eth-Trunk member interfaces do not affect the path cost, preventing network topology changes. For example, set the path cost of Eth-Trunk 1 to 200. system-view [~HUAWEI] interface eth-trunk 1 [*HUAWEI-Eth-Trunk1] stp cost 200 [*HUAWEI-Eth-Trunk1] commit

Setting the number of Eth-Trunk member interfaces on CE switches
Except that each Eth-Trunk on the CE5810EI supports a maximum of eight member interfaces, the maximum number of member interfaces on other switch models is configured using commands. For the CE12800 and CE6870EI: Run the assign forward eth-trunk mode { 256 | 512 | 1024 } command in the system view to set the number of Eth-Trunk member interfaces supported by the switch. By default, a maximum of 512 interfaces can be added to an Eth-Trunk on the switch. When 256 is specified, the switch allows a maximum of 256 LAGs and each LAG supports a maximum of 64 member interfaces. When 512 is specified, the switch allows a maximum of 512 LAGs and each LAG supports a maximum of 32 member interfaces. When 1024 is specified, the switch allows a maximum of 1024 LAGs and each LAG supports a maximum of 16 member interfaces. For CE8800&7800&6800&5800 series switches: Run the assign forward eth-trunk mode { 64 | 128 | 256 | 512 | 1024 } command in the system view to set the number of Eth-Trunk member interfaces supported by the switch. By default, a maximum of 128 interfaces can be added to an Eth-Trunk on the switch. When 64 is specified, the switch allows a maximum of 64 LAGs and each LAG supports a maximum of 32 member interfaces. When 128 is specified, the switch allows a maximum of 128 LAGs and each LAG supports a maximum of 16 member interfaces. When 256 is specified, the switch allows a maximum of 256 LAGs and each LAG supports a maximum of 8 member interfaces. When 512 is specified, the switch allows a maximum of 512 LAGs and each LAG supports a maximum of 4 member interfaces. When 1024 is specified, the switch allows a maximum of 1024 LAGs and each LAG supports a maximum of 2 member interfaces. Description: After the assign forward eth-trunk mode command is used to change the number of Eth-Trunk member interfaces supported by the switch, restart the switch to make the configuration take effect.

How is uneven load balancing of an Eth-Trunk solved on CE switches
Load balancing modes in different service scenarios are different. If load balancing of an Eth-Trunk is uneven, it is generally caused by the inappropriate load balancing mode. Perform the following operations to solve the problem: 1. Check whether the number of Eth-Trunk member interfaces is the nth power of 2. If not, adjust the number of Eth-Trunk member interfaces to the nth power of 2. 2. Adjust the load balancing mode. If the IP address in packets changes frequently, use load balancing based on the source or destination IP address so that traffic can be evenly load balanced among physical links. If the MAC address in packets changes frequently and the IP address is fixed, use load balancing based on the source or destination MAC address so that traffic can be evenly load balanced among physical links. If packets are random, you are advised to add the hash factor. 3. Adjust the hash algorithm. CE7800&CE6800&CE5800 series switches: eth-trunk { hash-mode hash-mode-id | universal-id universal-id } * CE12800 series switches: eth-trunk { src-interface | seed seed-data | universal-id universal-id | hash-mode hash-mode-id } * Note: The load balancing mode is valid only for the outbound interface of traffic. If traffic of the inbound interface is uneven, change the load balancing mode of the outbound interface on the uplink device. In the scenario where Eth-Trunk and ECMP are deployed and traffic is unevenly load balanced, configure different hash algorithms for the Eth-Trunk and ECMP and change the value of universal-id as needed.

Can an Eth-Trunk be configured as a mirrored port on CE switches
An Eth-Trunk can be configured as a mirrored port.
- If an Eth-Trunk is configured as a mirrored port, its member ports cannot be configured as mirrored ports.
- If a member port of an Eth-Trunk is configured as a mirrored port, the Eth-Trunk cannot be configured as a mirrored port.

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