Both ends should be the same for sure. Slow vs Fast really depends on personal preference and/or use case. They both work fine.
We are also facing the same issue and we have a setup of Juniper & Palo alto. Juniper side it is LACP active with fast & palo is passive with fast. Does anyone else have the similar issue?
Why don't you have them both set to the same? Set the PAN for "Active". I have had zero issues with PAN/Juniper combinations.
Well, that is because it worked that way, the recommendation also says that you must have atleast one side as active & it should be ok. although if I think more deeply keeping active/active both side will make both the devices to send PDU's so an increased traffic or so.
Would u mind sharing the software version of both sides, I have 14.1x.53 on Juniper & 17.1.18 on PA side.
First, I would migrate off of Junos version 14.x for anything unless it is JTAC recommended. There are only a couple pieces of hardware that still use this as recommended. All of my hardware is v15.x minimum with most v17.x or higher. PAN 7.1.x is going EOL next year. I would move to 8.1.x ASAP. It appears you are running code versions that are becoming fairly dated. I would not worry about "increased traffic" of LACP active. You aren't running 10/100mbit links. Even then, it probably wouldn't be an issue.
Yeah, I agree with that, let me do it active/active & will update you, it might be a possibility with version 14.1x53 I'm running on the switch.
Thanks for all your help & thoughts.
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