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Teaming Intell Pro/1000EB nics

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I'm trying to team 2 intel Pro/100EB nics to a Cisco 3750 swtich.  I created the team correctly and I've created the channel-group on the cisco switch.

I'm doing a IEEE 802.3ad Dynamic Link Aggegation on the 2 cards.  and I set the channel-group to mode active.  so its in LACP.  

I do a summary on the switch I see this.
12     Po12(SU)        LACP      Gi1/0/21(P) Gi1/0/22(s)

Notice the (s).  The port on the switch is also amber for the second NIC in the team.

I'm very confused on this why would it show suspended and amber?

Shane
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Have you looked at this guide.
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/network/9195p/en/Intel_nic_teaming_10.pdf

It might be that the settings on the server are set to allow 1 adapter.
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