ICX 7150 switch LAG issues - odd error on one switch - same tag type

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Hello All,

Hopefully and easy one for someone but being new to Brocade OS its got me stumped.

I have 2 x 7150s and trying to build a LAG.  
Switch 1 I have LAG up and operational ports 1/3/2 and 1/3/4

[email protected]#sh lag
Total number of LAGs:          1
Total number of deployed LAGs: 1
Total number of trunks created:1 (127 available)
LACP System Priority / ID:     1 / 78a6.e141.3f96
LACP Long timeout:             90, default: 90
LACP Short timeout:            3, default: 3
=== LAG "1stFlr" ID 1 (dynamic Deployed) ===
LAG Configuration:
   Ports:         e 1/3/2 e 1/3/4
   Port Count:    2
   Lag Interface: lg1
   Trunk Type:    hash-based
   LACP Key:      20001


Switch 2 cant add port 1/3/2 and get error 
Error - port lg1 and port 1/3/2 must have the same tag type


MariansStack2(config-lag-ToBasment)#sh lag
Total number of LAGs:          1
Total number of deployed LAGs: 1
Total number of trunks created:1 (127 available)
LACP System Priority / ID:     1 / 78a6.e141.3436
LACP Long timeout:             90, default: 90
LACP Short timeout:            3, default: 3
=== LAG "ToBasment" ID 1 (dynamic Deployed) ===
LAG Configuration:
   Ports:         e 1/3/4
   Port Count:    1
   Lag Interface: lg1
   Trunk Type:    hash-based
   LACP Key:      20001
Deployment: HW Trunk ID 1


Config Snip

Switch 1
lag 1stFlr dynamic id 1
 ports ethe 1/3/2 ethe 1/3/4


Switch 2
lag ToBasment dynamic id 1
 ports ethe 1/3/4

Iv'e checked vlans etc.. and neither port is in any of the vlans. so Default

Can anyone advise what the error means?  running  SW: Version 08.0.61aT211

Thanks in advance
David
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David Field

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Ben, Employee

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Do a "show vlan br eth x/y/z" for each port. Or just paste the whole config and I can take a look. 
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Doh.  Ben you are a champion.  I looked at the vlan tags after running the above and saw that one of the ports I'm trying to LAG was not a member of a Vlan... hence the error.  

Been building the config on these stacks all day and the LAG was my final task.  Getting config haze.

Thanks Ben you pointed me in the right direction.