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Port-channel Question

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If you configure an interface (g0/1) as a trunk to allow VLANs 20,30 and a port-channel interface (port-ch1), which g0/1 & gx/x will be apart of (channel-group) to allow VLANs 30,40, would there be an issue with traffic being forwarded from VLANs 20 and 40 since they are only configured on one side (physical side-g0/1 vs logical side-portchannel). I'm not putting this into production, I'm just curious to see if it works.  VLAN 30 should be fine since its configured on both interfaces, but what about VLAN 20&40?
Don Johnston

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