I am building up vPC on 2 x Nexus 3048 and found that it did not work properly.
The current config as follows,
1. OS: n3000-uk184.108.40.206.U2.2.bin
2. Peer link: 10 x 1G (E1/1 - E1/10) on both devices (I am wondering that 1G interface supports vPC Peer-Link. I heard that upgrading to U3.2 image will work for 1G rather than 10G... please advise me)
3. They can ping each other via management IPs
4. Edge switches vPC have not been built yet (I am focusing on Peer-Link and vPC role selection)
Device-A# sh vpc
(*) - local vPC is down, forwarding via vPC peer-link
vPC domain id : 200
Peer status : peer link is down
vPC keep-alive status : peer is alive
Configuration consistency status: failed
Per-vlan consistency status : success
Configuration consistency reason: Consistency Check Not Performed
Type-2 consistency status : success
vPC role : none established
Number of vPCs configured : 2
Peer Gateway : Enabled
Dual-active excluded VLANs : -
Graceful Consistency Check : Disabled (due to peer configuration)
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