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Cat4 int range Fa0/19 - 20 Description Connection to Cat1 channel-group 14 mode on int range Fa0/21 - 22 Description Connection to Cat2 channel-group 24 mode on int range Fa0/23 - 24 Description Connection to Cat3 channel-group 34 mode on
Finally, turn on UDLD to manage the one-way link detection. There's no mention about anything requiring aggressive mode, so that part is up to you. There are global commands for UDLD as well, so be careful with that. Global commands are for fiber ports. Interface commands are for copper ports. Cat1, Cat2, Cat3 and Cat4 int range Fa0/19 - 24 udld port
Now, let‟s verify everything we have done here. First, we‟ll want to make sure all our etherchannels came up properly. Run “sh etherchannel summary” for a good overview. What we expect to see here is that each group has a status of “SU” meaning the channel is a L2 port-channel, and it is “In Use”. For our individual ports make sure you see the (P) meaning the port is part of the port channel Cat3550-1#sh etherchan sum Flags: D - down P - bundled in port-channel I - stand-alone s - suspended H - Hot-standby (LACP only) R - Layer3 S - Layer2 U - in use f - failed to allocate aggregator M u w d
not in use, minimum links not met unsuitable for bundling waiting to be aggregated default port
Number of channel-groups in use: 3 Number of aggregators: 3 Group Port-channel Protocol Ports ------+-------------+-----------+----------------------------------------------12 Po12(SU) Fa0/23(P) Fa0/24(P) 13 Po13(SU) Fa0/21(P) Fa0/22(P) 14 Po14(SU) Fa0/19(P) Fa0/20(P)
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