Link Aggregation methods other than LACP for Nexus 7706 for Palo Alto FWs
Link Aggregation methods other than LACP for Nexus 7706
The customer has Palo Alto Firewalls that have to connect to a Nexus 7K (7706). The Palo Alto devices do not support LACP, therefore I wanted to know if either PaGP or any other Link Aggregation specification will work between the N7Ks and the Palo Alto devices other than LACP (possibly 802.3ad)?
Yes, we have recently invested in PAN5060s which run 6.1(3) but I've been unsuccessful getting LACP to run either in active or passive mode. Supposedly the PANs require Cisco to be Passive (what I've read out there from someone). I'm running a Nexus5672 with 7.0(5)N1.....
Just wondering if anyone has had some success here? I recently tried with 5050s running 6.1.10 to Nexus 5672s PA passive and active with no success. We have recently moved to 7.0.11 so may circle back.
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