SONiC is a network operating system that is open source and based on Linux. It is designed to be scalable and flexible, and it is used by a wide range of organizations, including hyperscalers, cloud providers, and enterprises.
PortChannel is a feature of SONiC that allows you to combine multiple physical ports into a single logical port. This can improve performance and reliability, and it can also be used to create redundant links.
In this guide, we explain how PortChannel works, and how to configure it on SONiC. It is assumed that the reader has a basic understanding of networking concepts such as VLANs and routing.
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