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interface-management-profile - CLI

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Hello

 

When I am configuring sub-interface (or interface) with CLI from Panorama as :

 

set template [name] config network interface ethernet ethernet1/x layer3 interface-management-profile [Profile] units ethernet1/x.x comment [comment] tag [xx] ip [xx.xx.xx.xx/xx]

 

All is working fine excepting the management profile that is not taken in account and need to add it with GUI.

 

Any idea about it ?

 

Regards

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Yes.

 

As I wrote, I have to do it with GUI to be taken in account.

 

I just discovered i can do it in second step by adding :

set template [name] config network interface ethernet ethernet1/x layer3 units ethernet1/x.xx interface-management-profile [profile]

 

Maybe the position of the setting in the full request is not good.

 

 

Regards

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Hi @didier.bonato ,

 

Do you have the management profile created and committed already? 

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Yes.

 

As I wrote, I have to do it with GUI to be taken in account.

 

I just discovered i can do it in second step by adding :

set template [name] config network interface ethernet ethernet1/x layer3 units ethernet1/x.xx interface-management-profile [profile]

 

Maybe the position of the setting in the full request is not good.

 

 

Regards

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