Cisco’s Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) is a unique approach to network design that helps simplify the creation and management of network infrastructure for modern datacenters. ACI uses a centralized policy model to abstract and automate network configuration and provisioning tasks, and provides a unified management interface for the entire network.
In a traditional network, LAGs are manually configured and often require complex scripting to maintain. ACI’s use of LACP allows LAGs to be automatically created and maintained, simplifying the task of configuring and managing the network.
ACI also supports the use of Fast Link Aggregation (FLA), which allows LAGs to be created and maintained without the need for manual configuration. FLA uses a proprietary protocol to dynamically configure LAGs, and provides a significant performance improvement over traditional LACP-based LAGs.
FLA is transparent to the applications and services running on the network, and requires no changes to the existing network infrastructure. FLA is supported on all Cisco ACI-enabled devices, and can be used with any LACP-compliant device.
Cisco ACI with FLA provides a simple, automated way to create and maintain high-performance link aggregation groups. FLA’s use of a proprietary protocol allows it to achieve significantly higher performance than traditional LACP-based LAGs, and its transparency to applications and services simplifies the task of configuring and managing the network.
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