Why Does a Trunk Interface Not Load Balance Packets with Different MAC Addresses

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Why Does a Trunk Interface Not Load Balance Packets with Different MAC Addresses?
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bellabella
Created Apr 11, 2016 13:07:08 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

The load balancing function of the trunk interface takes effect only for known unicast packets.

To enable the load balancing function of the trunk interface for broadcast packets, Layer 3 multicast packets, and unknown unicast packets on the S3352 and the S5300, you can run the unknown-unicast load-balance command in the system view. At present, the S3328 and the S2300 do not support this command.

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