I also thought both end of a etherchannel should have same config (duplex, speed, config, etc). It is interesting if you could configure one end as L3 & other end of the etherchannel config as L2 & bring the etherchannel up.
Salman: Anyway test it & let us know if it works ?
I will work but, for example if one end of the port-channel is configured in the broadcast domain 10.10.10.0/49 then the other end of the port-channel that is assigned to vlan x ( vlan 1 in the example you typed in the intial post) must be in the same broadcast domain otherwise traffic will be dropped.
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