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  1. Hello, I'm trying to cascade two access gateways as per published Brocade AG documentaiton and running into an issue. We have: - Brocade 300 in Native Mode running FabricOS 7.1.1 - Brocade 200 in Access Gateway Mode running Fabric OS 6.2.2f - HP 4/12 Blade Interconnect (C7000) in Access Gateway Mode running Fabric OS 6.2.2f What I'm trying to do is: [brocade 300 - NATIVE] --- [brocade 200 - AG (Core)] -- [HP 4/12 AG (Edge)] In the above configration both: - Brocade 200 uplinks to 300 via 2 x 4G links - HP 4/12 uplinks to Brocade 200 via 2 x 4G links - Brocade 200 and HP 4/12 switches were configured as follows: switchdisable ag --modeenable (reboot) ag --policydisable pg ag --policyenable auto switchenable No other commands were used. I see uplink ports from HP 4/12 negotiate as G ports on B200. One of the two uplinks disables. What works: - When I connect both Brocade 200 AG and HP 4/12 AG to B300 directly (no AG cascade). Question: - Is my target state supported? - Am I missing a command / setting / parameter somewhere? Reference docs: (pg. 70)