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NEXUS 2000 : interface port-channel103

Hello,

I have the following configuration for NEXUS 2000 single homed :

interface port-channel103
  switchport mode fex-fabric
  fex associate 103

Does the best practice is to configure this port-channel in trunk and define the vlans allowed or keep it like this ?.

Thanks a lot,

Regards

David.

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Re: NEXUS 2000 : interface port-channel103

Hi David,

What you have configured is good. Think the Fex-fabric ports as a internal path between N5K and N2K, just like the path between supervisor and a line card. You don't need to configure trunk or access mode on it.

HTH,

Lei Tian

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Re: NEXUS 2000 : interface port-channel103

Hello,

Thank you for your feedback,

David.

Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2010 20:00:29 -0600

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