Load sharing rules in stack (X670V & X460)

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Hi Team, in a stack with X670V and X460 stacking like this :
Slot-1   X670V-48x            X670V-48x            Operational   64    
Slot-2   X670V-48x            X670V-48x            Operational   64    
Slot-3   X460-48x             X460-48x             Operational   54    
Slot-4   X460-48x             X460-48x             Operational   54   
I want to do a sharing only on slot 1 & 2 (X670V), LACP LAG with "address-based L3_L4 lacp" algorithm, I can't have 16 selected links, only 8 selected and 8 standby.
Is this limitation due to the X460 ? 
regards 
Sebastien
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I think this is a horrible idea!

Every aspect of the the 670s is going to be limited by the capacity of the 460s. Keep it as two stacks so you get your moneys worth out of the 670s.

As for your question, I do not know the answer. I have never tried to create a 16 port lag.

Good luck
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You may also want to take a look at the stacking tool:  https://stackingtool.extremenetworks.com
thanks for replies