I have Aggregate interfaces called ae0 and ae1 on Virtual-chassis. Each one has got 4 connections to SRX HA cluster(active/passive). How can I clearify that the traffic on the Virtual-Chassis to HA is flowing on which one of these aggregate interfaces(ae0, ae1)?
Re: Traffic is flowing which aggregate interfaces?
Thanks for your reply.
I performed your ideas that you gave. But how I can understant that coming traffic from ae1 or ae0? Traffic on Virtual-Chassis is going to SRX over ae0. How about coming traffic from SRX? Is it from again ae0? or ae1?.
After searching, I found one shell command that called nhinfo. Have you used this command before? Is it address to my exact solution?
Traffic is flowing both ways over the ae0 link. Does ae1 look the same? If for some reason it does or you still can't figure out which set of aggregated devices the traffic is actually taking, you can ping with the 'detail' option set from either the SRX or the EX VC, which should show you the interface that the ping exits on, assuming your egress interfaces are layer 3:
ping <ip> detail
But I'm still not clear as to why 'show interfaces' does not give you what you originally asked for, which was, "traffic on the Virtual-Chassis to HA is flowing on which one of these aggregate interfaces(ae0, ae1)".