The IEEE 802.3ad standard states that link aggregation is done with like speed links (eg, FE&FE, GE&GE, etc). This is the same restriction for Cisco proprietary Port Aggregation Protocol used for FastEtherchannel and GigabitEtherchannel. The 2950 is compliant with both PAgP and 802.3ad, thus requires the links in a port channel to be of the same speed/full duplex and feature configuration.
Can you provide the Intel.com URL that states otherwise? All docs at Intel that I have reviewed indicate that links in a team must be configured the same.
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