Thanks for the reply. Does LACP actively monitor the link? Let me describe the situation. I have 2 switches connected with a 2 link Etherchannel. Each link is over a different service provider. We connect into service provider switches at each premise. If something happens in service provider network, links are still up in etherchannel, even though down in reality. Even if I down one side of a link, the otherside still shows up in Etherchannel. Traffic that is hashed to go over that link will never get there. We are running EIGRP over the links.
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