LLDP not showing neighbors

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LLDP not showing neighbors

We have LLDP enabled on AE1 (x2 40G) which is on a QNPC on a HA A/P 7050 cluster running 7.0.2

The N7K is seeing the LLDP information and traffic, however the 7050's are not. Trying to see if anyone else has had success with LLDP on this?

 

Interface          Total-Tx      Dropped     Total-Rx     Dropped-TLV    Errors    Unrecognized    Aged-Out
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ethernet1/13      317               0                  0                      0                0                    0                       0
ethernet1/14      317               0                  0                      0                0                    0                       0

 

admin@7050 (active) show lldp neighbors all

Local information:
Index 76
Local interface: ethernet1/13

 

hdc-n77k-1-dc-1# sh lldp traffic interface ethernet 2/3

LLDP interface traffic statistics:

 

    Total frames transmitted: 20277

    Total entries aged: 1

    Total frames received: 166

    Total frames received in error: 0

    Total frames discarded: 0

    Total unrecognized TLVs: 0

hdc-n77k-1-dc-1# sh lldp traffic interface ethernet 2/3

LLDP interface traffic statistics:

 

    Total frames transmitted: 20278

    Total entries aged: 1

    Total frames received: 167

    Total frames received in error: 0

    Total frames discarded: 0

    Total unrecognized TLVs: 0


Local Port ID: 61
Neighbor information:

Local information:
Index 77
Local interface: ethernet1/14
Local Port ID: 62
Neighbor information:

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UPDATE: I have a TAC case open that has been in research status for the last 2-3 weeks. I have determined that this is either an issue with the Cisco N7K or the PA-7050. We have successfully establish LLDP with a CIsco 6513 and a PA-5060 cluster on PAN-OS-7.0.3. Will update once I hear back from TAC.

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