I don't believe there is an easy way through the CLI you can verify which port within the channel is actually transmitting BPDUs. You could try using the
"show spant stat m/p " command and look for "channel_src_mac". The MAC address here is the actual MAC address of the Port on the switch. "sh mod" displays the range of Port MAC addresses applicable to the modules. Look for "channel_src_mac" address on the switch connected to the root bridge. Because BPDUs are being originated from root. This will tell you which member of the channel from the root is actually sending BPDUs.
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investigation, the there is 1s delay between the client KEXDH_INIT and
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