Why Cannot an LACP Connection Be Set Up Between a Huawei Device and a Non-Huawei Device?

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Why Cannot an LACP Connection Be Set Up Between a Huawei Device and a Non-Huawei Device?
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user_2790689  Expert   Created Apr 13, 2017 11:44:58 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

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Adamcolob     Created Apr 13, 2017 14:56:18 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

As defined in IEEE Std 802.3ad, an LACP packet is 114 bytes long. It does not carry tags and is a low-convergence protocol packet. The LACP packets sent from some vendors' devices, however, are not 114 bytes long. This makes the pointer difficult to locate and LACP packets hard to parse, which leads to unsuccessful LACP negotiation and causes the Eth-Trunk to go Down. If this problem occurs, enable the debugging of LACP packets to determine whether the LACP packets sent from another non-Huawei devices are 114 bytes long or not.
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