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EX 3400 (40GbE uplink ports need to override default config as Virtual Chassis ports)

‎08-13-2019 08:54 AM

Hi there,

 

We've got EX 3400, its 40GbE uplink ports need to override default config as Virtual Chassis ports. 

 

I have the following config done: 

et-0/3/0 {
native-vlan-id 1;
unit 0 {
family ethernet-switching {
interface-mode trunk;
vlan {
members all;
}
}
}
}
et-0/3/1 {
native-vlan-id 1;
unit 0 {
family ethernet-switching {
interface-mode trunk;
vlan {
members all;
}
}
}
}

 

Would anyone please let me know if the above config is sufficient to override the default chassis config?

 

Appreciate you help in this matter.

 

Wayne

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Re: EX 3400 (40GbE uplink ports need to override default config as Virtual Chassis ports)

‎08-13-2019 11:04 AM

EX3400 ports by default are part of a virtual chassis configuration. 

root> show virtual-chassis vc-port
fpc0:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interface   Type              Trunk  Status       Speed        Neighbor
or                             ID                 (mbps)       ID  Interface
PIC / Port
1/1         Configured               Absent
1/0         Configured               Absent

 

 

Remove them from virtual chassis. 

root> request virtual-chassis vc-port delete pic-slot 1 port 0
Port deletion initiated, use cmd show virtual-chassis vc-port to verify

root> request virtual-chassis vc-port delete pic-slot 1 port 1
Port deletion initiated, use cmd show virtual-chassis vc-port to verify

And I see you entering in 0/3/0.  It should be slot 1 for 0/1/0 and 0/1/1

 

root> show virtual-chassis vc-port
fpc0:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

{master:0}
root>
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Re: EX 3400 (40GbE uplink ports need to override default config as Virtual Chassis ports)

‎08-13-2019 02:31 PM

Hi @Wayne L  !

 

Thanks for contributing to our community! Love the questions and keep it up Smiley Happy

 

However, this post should be created in the Ethernet Switching Forum. I'll send you a PM to get you up to speed on how to do that. In the meantime, I'll move this to the appropriate (Ethernet Switching) Forum.

 

- Jeremiah, Community Manager

Jeremiah
J-Net Community Manager