We had a hard time to create LAG between our Palo Alto 2050 and Extreme core switch Summit X650. We create an aggregate group and add four ports in Layer 3 and given the IP 192.168.X.1 and at the core side we made one port as master and add the four ports in that group with algorithm address-base LACP. In this scenario once we activate the LAG the port on the core is blocked and later today we had a doubt that this is because of different protocols. Which means in the core we did the LAG with LACP and I think PA doesn't support LACP which cause the issue. Does anybody comes across the same scenario and if you have any idea how to do this that would be great.
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