Deleting Aggregate Interface

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Deleting Aggregate Interface

Good Morning,

 

can someone verify that the following command is correct for removing an aggregate-ethernet interface?

 

          delete network interface aggregate-ethernet ae1 layer3 units ae1.82

 

I am a litte leary of implementing this command due to the fact that I cannot find where this is documented.

 

Your help is greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks.

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Re: Deleting Aggregate Interface

Hi @netzwerk-admin,

 

That works for me :D

 

At first it complained about some existing references and I was unable to delete it :

 

admin@myNGFW# delete network interface aggregate-ethernet ae1 layer3 units ae1.180

Server error :   ae1.180 cannot be deleted because of references from:
 vsys -> vsys1 -> zone -> v1-trust -> network -> layer3
 network -> virtual-router -> tst -> interface

First I had to remove the references in the Zone and VR.  After that I was able to delete the interface in the CLI.

 

In the GUI I could just delete it while the security zone and VR were still configured on it.

 

Hope this helps !

-Kiwi.

 

 

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Re: Deleting Aggregate Interface

Hi

 

 

this is the appropriate command but it will not automatyically take care of dependencies, so you will need to remove it from the virtual router as well, for example, and any other places where it may be referenced (zone,..)

 

 

reaper@myNGFW# delete network interface aggregate-ethernet ae1 layer3 units ae1.180 

Server error :   ae1.180 cannot be deleted because of references from:
 vsys -> vsys1 -> import -> network -> interface
 vsys -> vsys1 -> zone -> v1-trust -> network -> layer3
 network -> virtual-router -> tst -> interface

reaper@myNGFW# delete network virtual-router tst interface ae1.180 

[edit]       
reaper@myNGFW# delete vsys vsys1 zone v1-trust network layer3 ae1.180 

[edit]   
reaper@myNGFW# delete vsys vsys1 import network interface ae1.180 

[edit]                                                                                                                                                                                             
reaper@myNGFW# delete network interface aggregate-ethernet ae1 layer3 units ae1.180

[edit]                    

 

The GUI takes care of the dependencies automatically


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Re: Deleting Aggregate Interface

Hi,

 

thank you.

 

Apparently, the delete in the GUI was done, however it still left some of the dependencies for the aggregate interface.

 

So I have to look at our test system and see what I did wrong.

 

Again, thanks for the verification.

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Re: Deleting Aggregate Interface

Hi kiwi,

 

I had deleted the Zone and VR in the GUI first, then tried to delete the interface.

 

So, I deleted it in the wrong order.

 

Thanks for the help.

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