I am working on a network design that invloves 2 x 4506's with SupV-10ge as core devices, these have also got 1 x Catalyst 4500 24-port 10/100/1000 Module (RJ45) in each (WS-X4424-GB-RJ45)
I want to run a 4 Gbps etherchannel between these two switches by using 2 ports on the SupV-10GE and 2 ports on the copper Eth module (Dont ask). I understand this can be done as long as the "capabilities" are the same on each line module.
Unfortunatly i do not have the kit in stock to check this at present, does anyone have a link or a definate answer as to whether an etherchannel can be formed in such a way.
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