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So anytime you have a network that shouldn't go down and self-heal , that's where multi-link trunking was introduced.
It will also provide Nortel's Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 platform with Nortel's Split Multi-Link Trunking (SMLT) technology to support secure always-on networking, with the airport's WiFi network to run on Nortel's WLAN solutions.
Specifically, Nortel Networks has bolstered Nortel Networks Passport 8600 Routing Switches deployed in the network core with Routed-Split Multi-Link Trunking (RSMLT), available with the latest code release for the 3.
BayStack 380 provides resilient connectivity with features like multi-link trunking, split multi-link trunking, and redundant power.
As a standalone switch, the new silicon supports multi-link trunking, inter-switch frame communication, and Zoning/LIP isolation spanning cascaded switches, as well as the advanced features found in Vitesse's earlier 12-port version.
6Gbps switch fabric offering maximum switching performance, the feature-rich SMC7712M/VSW offers Layer 2 Quality of Service (QoS) supporting four levels of priority, VLAN support with GVRP for up to 256 groups, IGMP support, multi-link trunking, and basic rate limiting control for easy management and multimedia applications.
1Q VLAN Tagging and Multi-Link Trunking In addition to the Gigabit Ethernet Module, the BN router will also support 802.
Increased switch-to-switch or switch-to-server bandwidth will be provided through the multi-link trunking feature, allowing traffic to be load balanced over multiple Fast Ethernet links at up to 800 Mbps full-duplex.