By having two links (virtual or physical) connected between switches, you will have one as the primary and the other as back up. This is due to STP trying to prevent a loop in the network. I have not set it up often, but you can use MSTP to create two instances of Spanning tree. This will allow one LAG to be for set vlans and the other to be use for the other vlans.
You are right i can get that same features as you have stated in the post, but my problem is relating to LACP,
See in my given diagram i have purposely kept the switch--1 as Root Bridge for all Vlans And Other it means Switch--2 is a Backup Root Bridge for All the Vlans, And also the Sw-2 Both the Ports i have kept as STP Block Port, as per the requiremnt i have done the configuration,
So now there is no any more problem with STP right, than also why its not creating Etherchannel as ACTIVE / ACTIVE Mode, and why it is not working as per the Design. if you have any solutions guide or examples guide for the LACP Configuration, than please share it,
As per your previous replied, here with i have Attached the Configuration documents of All the Switches And also the diagram as per the config file, please refer both for your better understanding, then also if you required any assistence for the same then please let me know,
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