Override Template sub-interface in a Stack

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Override Template sub-interface in a Stack

I am creating a template interface with several subinterfaces.  IP is handled by a variable.  What I am attempting to do is to override the template setting so I can add the zone in the Stack and not in the Template.  This way I can create a global zone template that can be used on my stack interfaces.  Here is the problem.  When I override a subinterface, it deletes every other subinterface in the stack.  See below.

 

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Stack before override

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Stack after override

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Re: Override Template sub-interface in a Stack

@jeremy.larsen 

(Unfortunately) if you override a sub interface in a template stack the whole interface will be overridden and everything configured on this physical interface will be deleted and only the configuration in the stack is applied - this means you cannot override a single sub interface...

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Re: Override Template sub-interface in a Stack

My problem is that I can only override a single subinterface.  The rest get deleted in terms of the stack.  I have a ticket open and it sounds like this is a known issue.  I will update this thread once I get confirmation.  If this doesn't work, it defeats the purpose of having stack overrides if you have more than 1 subinterface (kinda the point of subinterfaces).

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Re: Override Template sub-interface in a Stack


@jeremy.larsen wrote:

 I have a ticket open and it sounds like this is a known issue.  I will update this thread once I get confirmation.


So far I thought this is a limitation and not an issue ... great if there is a chance that this will be fixed (without a feature request)

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Re: Override Template sub-interface in a Stack

This appears to be fixed in 9.0.1!  I don't know about 9.0 as I skipped it during the upgrade from 8.1.7.  I sure hope this gets fixed in the 8.1 code train as I'm not ready to run my PROD environment on 9.0 yet.

 

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