One of the VSL links in suspended mode after 'force switch-over'
I keep getting the below alert while i'm running failover testing scenarios. Please let me know if there's anything missing or anyone experienced same issue before.. After I issue 'redundancy force-switchover' the fail-over happens but one of the VSL links is put in suspended mode.
*Sep 15 19:21:15.283: %EC-SW2-5-CANNOT_BUNDLE2: Te1/5/4 is not compatible with Te1/6/4 and will be suspended (Operational flow control receive of Te1/5/4 is on, Te1/6/4 is disagree)
*Sep 15 19:21:15.667: %EC-SW2-5-CANNOT_BUNDLE2: Te2/5/4 is not compatible with Te2/6/4 and will be suspended (Operational flow control receive of Te2/5/4 is disagree, Te2/6/4 is on)
1 Po1(RU) - Te1/5/4(s) Te1/6/4(P)
2 Po2(RU) - Te2/5/4(w) Te2/6/4(P)
IOS - 15.1(1)SY1
Te1/5/4, Te1/6/4 - Te2/5/4, Te2/6/4 are 2 x 10Gb VSL (Copper)
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