@Shannon-Wright said in Weird Behavior Configuring Etherchannel:
I was working through Switching Fundamentals - Part One lab for Cisco 200-301 and discovered some weird behavior. I received an error when issuing the '
NYCORE1(config-if)#channel-group 1 mode pass
NYCORE1(config-if)#channel-group 1 mode passive
Command rejected (Channel protocol mismatch for interface Fa1/0/23 in group 1): the interface can not be added to the channel group
Why would the FA 1/0/23 remove itself from the channel-group automatically? What could be the cause of this behavior?
This is just from perusing the lab guide... I haven't worked through that lab before.
You may have to configure the
interface range fa1/0/23 - 24. From the above it looks as if you're trying to only configuring this on a single interface.
NYCORE1(config-if)#... rather than
The switch is seeing that you're trying to configure another etherchannel on a single link..which it says...not possible.
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