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Interface Group Configuration

Hello,

I was wondering how does this interface group for the single mode works in cluster mode.

INBLR::> network port ifgrp show -node INBLR-01 -ifgrp a0a

                   Node: INBLR-01

Interface Group Name: a0a

Distribution Function: sequential

        Create Policy: singlemode

          MAC Address: 02:0c:29:f4:8a:70

   Port Participation: full

        Network Ports: e0c, e0d

             Up Ports: e0c, e0d

           Down Ports: -

  INBLR::>

INBLR::> network port ifgrp show -node INBLR-01 -ifgrp a0a -activeports full

                 Node: INBLR-01

Interface Group Name: a0a

Distribution Function: sequential

        Create Policy: singlemode

          MAC Address: 02:0c:29:f4:8a:70

   Port Participation: full

        Network Ports: e0c, e0d

             Up Ports: e0c, e0d

           Down Ports: -

INBLR::> network port ifgrp show -node INBLR-01 -ifgrp a0a -activeports partial

There are no entries matching your query.

INBLR::> network port ifgrp show -node INBLR-01 -ifgrp a0a -activeports none

There are no entries matching your query.

INBLR::>

in this case it shows that both the port are up, but I was under assumption that in single mode one port must be down and shall only be in a up state when the other one goes down.

can someone please share your experience on this configuration.

,Sheel

Re: Interface Group Configuration

The singlemode in cDOT should not be any different than in 7-mode. Only one interface is active at a time. Both interfaces are in UP state to be able to monitor their state. If you do 'node run INBLR-01 ifstat -a' you should be able to see that only one interface in the ifgrp has traffic.