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How to configure Channel-Groups on separate switches for NetApp VIF

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I have a NetApp 2520 I'll be using for a Hyper-V Cluster connected via iSCSI and have created a VIF (Lifgrp1) with interfaces e0a,e0b,e0c,and e0d on each controller. I also created VLANs Lifgrp1-2 (Management), Lifgrp1-64 (iSCSI1), and Lifgrp1-65 (iSCSI2).

I'll be connecting 2 interfaces from each NetApp to a Cisco 3750, and the other 2 to another Cisco 3750 that is uplinked with a fiber patch cable and a GBIC on each. I want to create 1 Port Channel for each controller. With these switches not stacked via a StackWise cable, is there a certain way that I need to create the 2 Port Channels so I make sure the teamed interfaces are acting as one logical interface on the switches? Do I create a Channel-Group 1 and Channel-Group 2 on each switch?

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