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

Tuesday

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)

Tuesday

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)

Tuesday

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