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Updated:December 10, 2018
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When Flow Control is enabled on the Link Aggregation (LAG) via the web-based utility of the switch, the port LEDs do not light up even when the link is up.
Note: This is the page for the 48-port model, but should work with any of the SG350XG switches. If you prefer to go to the exact model, go to Cisco. Click the Menu button, Select Support & Downloads, and enter the name of the device. A drop-down menu will show every available port number and model . Select the one you own. On the page for your product, select Downloads.