I have 2 physical interfaces which are part of trunk. I have the corresponding port channel.
To add a new VLAN to the trunk it is recommended to add it in port channel rather than in the physical interface.
Would like to know what is the reason we need to add in the port channel instead of adding to the physical interface.
What will happen if i add the new VLAN to the physical interface.
If you are to manually change the allowed VLAN list in the physical interface, then you have to do the same on all the physical interfaces participating in the etherchannel group. Otherwise the portchannel
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