Palo Alto Networks Knowledgebase: Media Types of Aggregated-ethernet Interface Ethernet1/xx and Ethernet1/xx Need to be the Same

Media Types of Aggregated-ethernet Interface Ethernet1/xx and Ethernet1/xx Need to be the Same

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Created On 08/05/19 20:24 PM - Last Updated 08/05/19 20:36 PM
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Two aggregated-ethernet interfaces has been deployed on the same types of media. Both interfaces are of the same media type. However, the following message appeared when committing on the firewall.

Warning: media types of aggregated-ethernet interface ethernet1/23 and ethernet1/24 need to be the same

 

Resolution

  1. Run the following commands for ports and verify that the media type is the same. In this example, p23 and p24 stands for port number 23 and 24 and S1 stands for the slot number
    > show system state filter sys.s1.p23.phy
    sys.s1.p23.phy: { 'link-partner': { }, 'media': SFP-Plus-Fiber, 'sfp': { 'connector': LC, 'encoding': Reserved, 'identifier': SFP, 'transceiver': , 'vendor-name': FINISAR CORP. , 'vendor-part-number': FTLX8571D3BCL , 'vendor-part-rev': A , }, 'type': Ethernet, }

    > show system state filter sys.s1.p24.phy
    sys.s1.p24.phy: { 'link-partner': { }, 'media': SFP-Plus-Empty, 'type': Ethernet, }
  2. Ensure both SFP's are plugged in.
  3. Ensure both SFPs are up.
  4. Ensure both ports are of the same media type.

 

owner: mbutt



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