If I have a 2950 as the core switch, and several 2924XLS connected to it, and I want to establish an etherchannel between the 2950 and each 2924, do the channel group numbers between the 2950 and the 2924s have to match?
For example, in the 2950 I would create 4 channel groups (numbered 1-4) for each of the etherchannels between the itself and 4 2924XLs. Let's assume that 2924XL-A is connected to FE0/3+FE0/4 and on the 2950 that channel group number is 2. Does that mean when configuring the channel group (or port group) in the 2924 I have to also number it 2?
The channel-group # is local to the device, so you can use different #s on each switch. For administration/management purposes it may be easier to have the same channel group / port-group # on each switch that is part of the Etherchannel connection.
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