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question about port-channels

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I have a 6505 in vss. i have 2 links gi1/2/3, and gi2/2/3 on the 6505 that go back to my edge switch 3750e stack gi1/1/1, gi2/1/1 via fiber. I am about to create a port-channel on these links. Currently the EXISTING trunk link gi1/2/3 that connects to gi1/1/1 is configured for allowed vlan 26,78,82. Below is the config for the current 6505 and 3750 link. My question is when I create the port-channel on the 6505 and the 3750  do I remove the trunk configs from the connected gig interface(s) and add them to the port-channel interface(s)?

interface GigabitEthernet1/2/3 (on 6505)
 switchport
 switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
 switchport trunk allowed vlan 26,78,82
 switchport mode trunk
 speed nonegotiate

interface GigabitEthernet1/1/1 (on 3750)
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
 switchport trunk allowed vlan 26,78,82
 switchport mode trunk
end
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No, the config on all the interface including the port channel should be the same, except the gig interfaces will have channel group x mode x on them.


X denotes the port channel number and the type of etherchannel you select.
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Good enough for me. Thanks for the quick reply.  
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