To configure LACP, you must, again, first create a LAG. The first port in the LAG serves as the logical port for the LAG. This is the reference port used in configuration commands. It can be thought of as the logical port representing the entire port group, and it serves as the LAG Group ID.
The port you assign using the first parameter becomes the logical port for the link aggregation group and the LAG Group ID when using LACP. This logical port must also be included in the port list of the grouping itself.
This step is optional; LACP handles prioritization using system MAC addresses.
The default value for the timeout is long, or 90 seconds.
The default value for the activity mode is active.
The default value for defaulted LAG ports is delete the default ports.
NoteAlways verify the LACP configuration by issuing the show ports sharing command; look for the ports listed as being in the aggregator.