MT: Is there a Recommended way to move L3 subinterfaces into an ae ?

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L2 Linker

MT: Is there a Recommended way to move L3 subinterfaces into an ae ?

Hello, I am using MT 3314 to update a PA FW cfg.

 

I need to take 100 or so ethernet interface(subinterfaces)  and move them to (2) ae's.

 

I didnt; find any specific instructions, so I played around and was able to create an ae1 and ae1 group, in the same window.

 

Then I selected the base, ethernet1/23 and changed the type from Layer 3 to Aggregate

 

My question:  Does this move all of the 1/23 subinterfaces to ae1 ?

Is there a sucessful way to accomplish what I need, within the tool ?

 

It doesn;t appear to show any different..

 

regards,

 

Don

L2 Linker

Re: MT: Is there a Recommended way to move L3 subinterfaces into an ae ?

UPDATE:  I reread the WHats new in 3.2  and found a section that says I was overthinking it.

 

I simply select the base ethernet interface, use the rmap button and select ae1.

 

That moved all the cfg into ae1. 

 

the only quesiton now, is, should I see the origninal interface ethernet1/23 in the cfg  tied to ae1 ?

 

I do nto see this.  I will attempt to load on a lab box, but wanted to update.

 

regards,

 

Don 

L7 Applicator

Re: MT: Is there a Recommended way to move L3 subinterfaces into an ae ?

Is it working?

L2 Linker

Re: MT: Is there a Recommended way to move L3 subinterfaces into an ae ?

No,

 

When I loaded the cfg, the DHCP forwarders and misc items were not modified by the tool.

 

 

 

 

regards,

 

Don 

L7 Applicator

Re: MT: Is there a Recommended way to move L3 subinterfaces into an ae ?

I see, The tool was not desgined to move interfaces from PAN to PAN :(

 

this is somthing we will consider for future release

 

Thanks

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