Bear in mind too that there is a limit to the number of EtherChannel groups you can configure. On 6513 switch, it's 63. The "smaller" chassis can support up to 126 groups. I think this is due to the architectural limitation on the 6513 chassis.
Ran into an issue with ether-channels/port-channels on a 4506 and a 3560. 3560 died - PS failed. Replaced 3560 with an identically configed 3560 to the same physical ports on the 4506. Now I have no connectivity. I do see an error that indicates "err-disables".
What is the correct sequence to get the ether-channel back up between the 4506 and 3560? Remove references to the ether-channel on the affected interfaces, as well as the reference to the port-channel group, shut the ports down, bring them back up and connect, hoping that the ether-channels/port-channels will recreate themselves?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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