sharing packet loss

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Hello Community,

I want to know if someone had the same problem.
After add a port into a sharing group there`s packet loss.

But when I disable and then enable the sharing with the new port, the problem has been solved.


What`s the explanation of that?

ExOS : 16.1.3.6-patch1-2
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I see this with 15.x code on 670 with MLAG and sharing and next to no traffic (1 -2 Mbps).
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Does that port work normally?  Is it a shared medium port?
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Yes, it does. No, it`s a 10G port of an X460. But I`d the same problem with a X670.
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Hi Julian, Jeremy.

Can you please provide more details on this behavior?
platform, port numbers, #ports in LAG, configuration, traffic details, etc.
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Well the traffic is a MPLS trunk, just /30 configuration.
But the same behavior happened with a VPLS end ports.

Platform summit, with both switches being X460.
Ports are 29 and 31 left side, and righ side 31,32.

The better way to prove what I`m trying to show is a simulation lab.
Just add a new port to a sharing and see the packet loss.

With the command:
configure sharing add ports #sharingmaster add ports #portmember
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Hi Julian, have you been able to get this problem sorted out?