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How do you get rid of a channel group ???

I set up a port channel for 1/1-2 and 2/1-2 but in my config I see a port channel 3/1-4. It's really wierd, because I blanked out the switch and reconfigured it from scratch and then the 3/1-4 just re-appeard there in the config. Does anyone no how to get rid of the channel 3/1-4???

Thanks,

Alonzo

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Re: How do you get rid of a channel group ???

Channel groups are automatically defined. In current switches they are in groups of 4 ports across the ports of a single module. You only need to define them if you want to split the group across cards like you did. The ports in each group can become a part of a channel but they are not in a channel unless they show up in sho channel. When you do a show channel group you should see a display that shows how channels can be formed, not that they are formed. The only way I can think that may remove them from a group is to set the ports to channel mode off.

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