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After Interfaces of the N18000 Are Aggregated, Why Does the Speed Displayed After the show interface status Command Is Executed Keep Unchanged?

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After Interfaces of the N18000 Are Aggregated, Why Does the Speed Displayed After the show interface status Command Is Executed Keep Unchanged?
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The speed displayed after the show interface status command is executed is the speed of a member interface rather than the speed of the aggregate port. If the speeds of member interfaces that are statistically aggregated are different, the speed of the last member interface in the up state is displayed after this command is executed.
The details are as follows:
Ruijie(config)#int range g1/21 - 22
Ruijie(config-if-range)#port-group 1
Ruijie#show interface status | in up
InterfaceStatus    Vlan   Duplex   Speed     Type
GigabitEthernet 1/21up1Full1000Mcopper
GigabitEthernet 1/22up1Full1000Mcopper
AggregatePort 1     up1Full     1000M     copper
To display the speed of AP Port 1, run the show interface aggregateport X command:
Ruijie#show interface aggregateport 1
Index(dec):97 (hex):61
AggregatePort 1 is UP  , line protocol is UP  
  Hardware is AggregateLink AggregatePort, address is 1414.4b75.bc96 (bia 1414.4b75.bc96)
  MTU 1500 bytes, BW 2000000 Kbit
  Aggregate Port Informations:
Aggregate Number: 1
Name: "AggregatePort 1"
Members: (count=2)
GigabitEthernet 1/21Link Status: Up      
GigabitEthernet 1/22Link Status: Up        

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