Shouldn't have to do that really. That's kind of the purpose of the portchannel in the first place. I will have about 16 different port channels on each 6513. Largest portchannel will be 4 ports. I'd prefer to just configure the portchannel with the VLANs as opposed to all the physical ports.
Glen you were definitely on the right track. I brought up the other side of the portchannel so I could troubleshoot.
What it ended up being is that on CoreA I had VLANs 1-4094 allowed and on CoreB I had only the VLANs I wanted to allow in the config.
I remembered that some point in the early troubleshooting of this issue that I put the switchport trunk allowed VLAN add all command. Unfortunately for Cisco users, this actual command does not show up in the running config.
I ended up doing a switchport trunk allowed vlan none command then issued the switchport trunk allowed vlan 2,100,110 and now only those correct VLANs are on the trunk.
Thanks for everyone's help. Now I am off to configure the HA for the FWSM on the two Chassis. I am sure you will hear from me again soon.
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