Chris Wahl of Wahl Network comments:
A while back, I wrote two posts that discuss Link Aggregation Groups (LAGs) from a positive and negative angle. The idea is that LAGs offer some benefits and drawbacks, and the ultimate decision to choose one over the other should be driven by requirements for the environment. A few folks have asked some questions around mixing LAGs with various vSphere binding techniques. Specifically, iSCSI Port Binding and Multi-NIC vMotion.
Chris once again tackles the tough areas of storage and networking convergence to tell you what you need to know. Read this before someone asks you to do it in production.
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