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Easy LAN Port Channel configuration question:

I have configured two port channels from my Fabric Interconnects up to my Nexus 5548UP core.  1 Port Channel for Fabric A consisting of two 10G links and 1 Port Channel for Fabric B also consisting of two 10G Links.  My question is regarding the Admin Speed in UCS on the port channel.  Should I bump this from 10Gbps to 20Gbps?  My operational speed is currently set to 10Gbps.  See photo below.

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Easy LAN Port Channel configuration question:

Josh,

The "admin speed" configuration is really only relevant for physical interfaces, not for port channels, so this is a cosmetic issue on the port-channel config page.  Also, for the physical interfaces, that will also be changed to 1, 10, and 40G, as 20G interfaces will not be available. 

So, for the port channel, the admin speed is really not anything to worry about in this case.

Good luck!

Loy

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Easy LAN Port Channel configuration question:

Josh,

The "admin speed" configuration is really only relevant for physical interfaces, not for port channels, so this is a cosmetic issue on the port-channel config page.  Also, for the physical interfaces, that will also be changed to 1, 10, and 40G, as 20G interfaces will not be available. 

So, for the port channel, the admin speed is really not anything to worry about in this case.

Good luck!

Loy

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Easy LAN Port Channel configuration question:

Thanks Loy!

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Easy LAN Port Channel configuration question:

Hi Loy,

The Admin Speed settings 1/10/20/40 Gbps are availbale  on physical interfaces from GUI as shown in the screen-shot above. Just  wondering where would 20 and 40 Gbps gets applied! I think no  documentation is availble in the public domain in Cisco site. Can you  please lead me to any documentation on this?

Thanks in adavance,

Shine

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