We have two X670 stacks, A and B using V-Stack ports 47 and 48 on the switches. Both these stacks A and B are connected to each via LAG ports 1:38,1:39,2:38,:2:39. We are also using MLAG from these stacks to the our top of rack switches.
Last night we have a small issue were we lost both cables between our stack A,splitting the stack up "Split Brain" When this happened the LAG between stack A and stack B broke.
What I would like to understand in this case when there is a split brain and the lag goes down will the switch forward traffic on ports 1:38,1:39,2:38,:2:39 like normal ports. Yes I configure all my vlans on are these ports, good thing or not...
Also what happens in a "Split Brain" will the two switches that are now discounted from each other work as normal standalone switches and will stack B think its connected to two switches via the LAG ports 1:38,1:39,2:38,:2:39.