I'm new to Force10 world - more a Juniper/Cisco guy 🙂
Anyway, trying to configure basic port-chann between s4048on and a router.
I've followed config guide that I found but still, port-chann doesn't show interface members.
On the other end is a Cisco switch with standard configuration.
Dell#sh ver Dell Real Time Operating System Software Dell Operating System Version: 2.0 Dell Application Software Version: 9.10(0.1) Copyright (c) 1999-2016 by Dell Inc. All Rights Reserved. Build Time: Wed May 11 23:07:56 2016 Build Path: /sites/eqx/work/swbuild01_1/build08/E9-10-0/SW/SRC Dell Networking OS uptime is 5 day(s), 12 hour(s), 21 minute(s) System image file is "system://A" System Type: S4048-ON Control Processor: Intel Rangeley with 3 Gbytes (3201302528 bytes) of memory, core(s) 2. 8G bytes of boot flash memory. 1 54-port TE/FG (SK-ON) 48 Ten GigabitEthernet/IEEE 802.3 interface(s) 6 Forty GigabitEthernet/IEEE 802.3 interface(s) Dell#
Here's what i have and what i've done:
Dell#sh inter po br Codes: L - LACP Port-channel O - OpenFlow Controller Port-channel A - Auto Port-channel I - Internally Lagged LAG Mode Status Uptime Ports L 10 L2 down 00:00:00 Dell#sh inter po10 | g Mem Members in this channel: Dell#sh run inter po10 ! interface Port-channel 10 no ip address switchport lacp long-timeout no shutdown Dell#sh run inter po10 ! interface Port-channel 10 no ip address switchport lacp long-timeout no shutdown Dell#sh run inte te1/47 ! interface TenGigabitEthernet 1/47 no ip address ! port-channel-protocol LACP port-channel 10 mode active lacp port-priority 1 no shutdown Dell#sh run inte te1/48 ! interface TenGigabitEthernet 1/48 no ip address ! port-channel-protocol LACP port-channel 10 mode active no shutdown Dell#sh lacp 10 Port-channel 10 admin up, oper down, mode lacp LACP Fast Switch-Over Disabled Actor System ID: Priority 1, Address e4f0.041a.3705 Partner System ID: Priority 0, Address 0000.0000.0000 Actor Admin Key 10, Oper Key 10, Partner Oper Key 0, VLT Peer Oper Key 10 LACP LAG 10 is an individual link LACP LAG 10 is a normal LAG A - Active LACP, B - Passive LACP, C - Short Timeout, D - Long Timeout E - Aggregatable Link, F - Individual Link, G - IN_SYNC, H - OUT_OF_SYNC I - Collection enabled, J - Collection disabled, K - Distribution enabled L - Distribution disabled, M - Partner Defaulted, N - Partner Non-defaulted, O - Receiver is in expired state, P - Receiver is not in expired state Port Te 1/47 is enabled, LACP is enabled and mode is lacp Port State: Not in Bundle Actor Admin: State ADEHJLMP Key 10 Priority 1 Oper: State ADEHJLMP Key 10 Priority 1 Partner is not present Port Te 1/48 is enabled, LACP is enabled and mode is lacp Port State: Not in Bundle Actor Admin: State ADEHJLMP Key 10 Priority 32768 Oper: State ADEHJLMP Key 10 Priority 32768 Partner is not present Dell# sh vlan id 101 Codes: * - Default VLAN, G - GVRP VLANs, R - Remote Port Mirroring VLANs, P - Primary, C - Community, I - Isolated O - Openflow Q: U - Untagged, T - Tagged x - Dot1x untagged, X - Dot1x tagged o - OpenFlow untagged, O - OpenFlow tagged G - GVRP tagged, M - Vlan-stack i - Internal untagged, I - Internal tagged, v - VLT untagged, V - VLT tagged NUM Status Description Q Ports 101 Active T Po10() U Te 1/3 Dell#
Any help is greatly appreciated