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2960 Stack Port Channel Question

I have a 2960 stack with 2 WS-C2960S-48FPD-L distribution switches running c2960s-universalk9-mz.150-2.SE2.bin.

I then have three stand alone 2960S-48 access switches running the same code.

I will have two ten Gig uplinks in a port-channel back to a 6500. I have this config. however 

I  would like to have port-channel between each of the distribution  switches in the stack and each of the stand alone access switches.

So as an example:

distribution switches: port 1/0/48 and 2/0/48 in port channel 1

access switches: 1/0/51 and 1/0/52 in channel-group 1 active

Am I right in thinking that because these port channels come off of two different switches in a 2960 stack that they need to be LACP and the ports on the access switches need to be in "channel-group X active". And does it need to be in active mode on both sides?
Thank You in advance
 
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2960 Stack Port Channel Question

Yes, both sides must have identical channel mode.

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2960 Stack Port Channel Question

Yes, both sides must have identical channel mode.

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