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Port Channel quesiton & PagP

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  • 1.  Port Channel quesiton & PagP

    Posted Jan 06, 2014 05:41 AM

    Was having probs getting port channel up and running between a CatOS 6500 and 7220, until I found this archived thread:




    Just wanted to confrim that Aruba doesnt natively support PagP (being a cisoc propriety protocol), and therfore the advice in the thread is correct.  Being that I did confirm that "mode on" was the only setting that would work, this sort of answers the question!


    I have ensured spanning tree has been disabled on the 7220 at both the interface and port channel levels.


  • 2.  RE: Port Channel quesiton & PagP
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    Posted Jan 06, 2014 05:43 AM

    Correct, PAgP is Cisco proprietary.


    Mode ON creates a static port-channel. You may want to consider using LACP.