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Port group Issue between CISCO SG500 and Dell

I created a port-group on both of my switches with 2 ports to increase the speed but I keep getting random losses in connection on both switches.

Cisco SG500


switch32f1d0#show interfaces port-channel 1

Load balancing: src-dst-mac.

Gathering information...
Channel Ports
------- -----
Po1 Active: gi1/1/49-50

show interfaces switchport port-channel 1
Port : Po1
Port Mode: Trunk
Gvrp Status: disabled
Ingress Filtering: true
Acceptable Frame Type: admitAll
Ingress UnTagged VLAN ( NATIVE ): 1

Port is member in:

Vlan Name Egress rule Port Membership Type
---- -------------------------------- ----------- --------------------
1 1 Untagged Static
41 Voice Tagged Static
100 100 Tagged Static
200 Premieter Tagged Static
300 Guest Tagged Static
400 Jace Closet Tagged Static


Forbidden VLANS:
Vlan Name
---- --------------------------------


Classification rules:

Protocol based VLANs:
Group ID Vlan ID
------------ -------


Mac based VLANs:
Group ID Vlan ID

Dell 5448


console# show interfaces port-channel 1

Load balancing: Layer 2.

Gathering information...
Channel Ports
------- -----
ch1 Active: g(43-44)

console# show interfaces switchport port-channel 1
Port : ch1


Port Mode: Trunk
Gvrp Status: disabled
Ingress Filtering: true
Acceptable Frame Type: admitAll
Ingress UnTagged VLAN ( NATIVE ): 1
Protected: Disabled

Port is member in:

Vlan Name Egress rule Port Membership Type
---- -------------------------------- ----------- --------------------
1 1 Untagged System
41 Voice Tagged Static
100 Internal Tagged Static
200 Perimeter Tagged Static
300 Guest Network Tagged Static
400 400 Tagged Static

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VIP Purple

Perhaps try a firmware update

Perhaps try a firmware update of the two devices.

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