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Peer-link - mixing M1 and M2 cards on the same chassis

Hi guys,

 

for migrations propuses i need to add 2 links from a M2 card to the peer-link port-channel already configured in a M1 card:

 

N7K-1     VPC Peer link    N7K-2
M2    -----------------------  M2
M1    ----------------------   M1

 

I cant find any documentacion for this specific cards,

we are running 6.2(8a).

 

Anyone can advise,

 

thx

 

regards

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New Member

Hi Nunos Do you have a answer

Hi Nunos

 

Do you have an answer regarding this issue , I have the same case , i'm running VPC peerlink on M1 and now i would like to had an M2 interconnection .( same design like yours )

Thanks for your feedback

 

Choukri

New Member

You cannot mix them, you will

You cannot mix them, you will need to create another port-channel with the M2 module and then migrate the peer-link configuration over.

 

More info on this is found on the following Cisco LIVE presentation BRKDCT-2048

 

Regards,

 

Yamil

Cisco Employee

No, you cannot configure the

No, you cannot configure the ports from an M1 and M2 series linecard in the same port
channel. This is referenced in our N7K Interfaces Configuration Guide at the following
link:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/switches/datacenter/sw/6_x/nx-os/interfaces/configuration/
guide/if_portchannel.html#wp1888267

 

Starting with revision 6.2, you can mix any M Series I/O modules to create a vPC peer as
illustrated in the following table.


I/O Module Combinations Supported on Both Sides of a vPC Peer Link, Cisco NX-OS Release
6.2

 

HTH

Cisco Employee

Config guide on the same:

Config guide on the same:-

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/switches/datacenter/sw/6_x/nx-os/interfaces/configuration/
guide/if_vPC.html#wp1803465

 

 

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