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    Default mLACP

    Ciscos OCG for the CCNP switch has only a definition in the book. Do I need to know this for the exam?

    Its also referred to as MEC, multichassis etherchannel.

    Based off a google search, its the same as LACP but can be used on hardware besides cisco? Is this accurate?

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    You should know what it is, yes. If you know how to configure L2 and L3 etherchannel, you already know how to do multi-chassis etherchannel. The setup is the same, you're simply using ports split across at least two devices on each side of the port-channel. It could be any type of Cisco switch, makes no difference, the switches on each side just need to be stacked, in a VSS or vPC.

    Many manufacturers support it, they just may have a different term for it.
    CCNA Security - 6/11/2018
    CCNP TShoot - 3/7/2018
    CCNP Route - 1/31/2018
    CCNP Switch - 12/10/2015
    CCNA R/S - 1/14/2015
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    Okay, yeah I already know how to configure etherchannel.

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