Cisco Bug: CSCtc78951 - C2W2C: port's not recovering from "s" state with non-default native vlan
Jan 28, 2017
- Cisco Catalyst 6000 Series Switches
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Symptoms: If a port channel is enabled with standalone-disable and some non-default native VLAN, and if any peer bundled port is unbundled from the port channel, then the respective local port goes into "s" state as per the design. But when the peer port is bundled again, the local port does not recover from "s" state to "P" state. Conditions: Port-channel standalone-disable and a non-default native VLAN need to be configured on the port-channel. The problem only happens if one of the port is put in suspended state.
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