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 We should also shut them down for now.... When building trunks and etherchannel groups, it's a good idea to shut the links down until you have them all built. This will prevent your switches from becoming upset about mismatches and placing any interfaces in an errdisabled state. Cat1-Cat4 int range Fa0/19 - 24 shut

 For the channel-group, we are not to use industry standards (LACP), so we'll end up either using PAgP or just mode on. Cat1 int gi0/1 shut int gi0/2 shut int range Fa0/19 - 20 Description Connection to Cat4 channel-group 14 mode on int range Fa0/21 - 22 Description Connection to Cat3 channel-group 13 mode on int range Fa0/23 - 24 Description Connection to Cat2 channel-group 12 mode on

Cat2 int gi0/1 shut int range Fa0/19 - 20 Description Connection to Cat3 channel-group 23 mode on int range Fa0/21 - 22 Description Connection to Cat4 channel-group 24 mode on int range Fa0/23 - 24 Description Connection to Cat1 channel-group 12 mode on

Cat3 int gi0/1 shut int range Fa0/19 - 20 Description Connection to Cat2 channel-group 23 mode on int range Fa0/21 - 22 Description Connection to Cat1 channel-group 13 mode on int range Fa0/23 - 24 Description Connection to Cat4 channel-group 34 mode on

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