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cDOT 8.2 ifgrp and network interface

hi everyone I have a strange issue, not sure if its an issue but its strange.

running cdot 8.2 and having an issue with my network ports.

The network team tells me there is nothing wrong. but I see an interface that shows down, but also shows up, I am confused.

mshs6290-01> ifconfig e5a

e5a: flags=0x9f0c867<BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,TCPCKSUM> mtu 1500

        ether 02:a0:98:46:ee:xx (auto-1000t-fd-up) flowcontrol full

        trunked a0a

mshs6290-01> ifconfig e0a

e0a: flags=0xaf0c867<BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,TCPCKSUM> mtu 1500

        ether 02:a0:98:46:ee:xx (auto-1000t-fd-up) flowcontrol full

        trunked a0a

mshs6290-01> ifgrp status

default: transmit 'IP Load balancing', Ifgrp Type 'multi_mode', fail 'log'

a0a: 1 link, transmit 'none', Ifgrp Type 'single_mode' fail 'default'

         Ifgrp Status   Up      Addr_set

        up:

        e0a: state up, since 11Oct2013 15:18:50 (33+19:48:09)

                mediatype: auto-1000t-fd-up

                flags: enabled

                input packets 640706, input bytes 82109888

                output packets 1539297, output bytes 84429207

                output probe packets 486988, input probe packets 0

                strike count: 0 of 10

                up indications 1, broken indications 0

                drops (if) 0, drops (link) 0

                indication: up at 11Oct2013 15:18:50

                        consecutive 2922348, transitions 1

        down:

        e5a: state down, since 11Oct2013 15:18:50 (33+19:48:09) --  (how is this down ?)

                mediatype: auto-1000t-fd-up

                flags: enabled

                input packets 1100816, input bytes 110153608

                output packets 535693, output bytes 27808237

                output probe packets 486988, input probe packets 0

                strike count: 0 of 10

                up indications 1, broken indications 0

                drops (if) 0, drops (link) 0

                indication: up at 11Oct2013 15:18:50

not sure what to do here, also fairly new to cdot and have a hard time trying to manipulate the interfaces

Re: cDOT 8.2 ifgrp and network interface

Hi Anton Lebedev,

Check with the netdiag command and find out whether particular interface is up or down exactly.

you can refer the below link for the command reference.

http://www.wafl.co.uk/netdiag/

Paste the output of netdiag if it shows the same problem.

Regards,

Hari.

cDOT 8.2 ifgrp and network interface

Hari, i dont think netdiag is part of cdot commands, I dont see it listed in the manual; https://library.netapp.com/ecm/ecm_download_file/ECMP1196817

Re: cDOT 8.2 ifgrp and network interface

Oops, sorry! overlooked...

which series of filer you are using ?

Regards,

Hari

Re: cDOT 8.2 ifgrp and network interface

Well, it is single mode so only one link is normally active. I do not have any single mode vifs to compare, unfortunately.

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hi everyone I have a strange issue, not sure if its an issue but its strange.

running cdot 8.2 and having an issue with my network ports.

The network team tells me there is nothing wrong. but I see an interface that shows down, but also shows up, I am confused.

mshs6290-01> ifconfig e5a

e5a: flags=0x9f0c867<BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,TCPCKSUM> mtu 1500

ether 02:a0:98:46:ee:xx (auto-1000t-fd-up) flowcontrol full

trunked a0a

mshs6290-01> ifconfig e0a

e0a: flags=0xaf0c867<BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,TCPCKSUM> mtu 1500

ether 02:a0:98:46:ee:xx (auto-1000t-fd-up) flowcontrol full

trunked a0a

mshs6290-01> ifgrp status

default: transmit 'IP Load balancing', Ifgrp Type 'multi_mode', fail 'log'

a0a: 1 link, transmit 'none', Ifgrp Type 'single_mode' fail 'default'

Ifgrp Status Up Addr_set

up:

e0a: state up, since 11Oct2013 15:18:50 (33+19:48:09)

mediatype: auto-1000t-fd-up

flags: enabled

input packets 640706, input bytes 82109888

output packets 1539297, output bytes 84429207

output probe packets 486988, input probe packets 0

strike count: 0 of 10

up indications 1, broken indications 0

drops (if) 0, drops (link) 0

indication: up at 11Oct2013 15:18:50

consecutive 2922348, transitions 1

down:

e5a: state down, since 11Oct2013 15:18:50 (33+19:48:09) -- (how is this down ?)

mediatype: auto-1000t-fd-up

flags: enabled

input packets 1100816, input bytes 110153608

output packets 535693, output bytes 27808237

output probe packets 486988, input probe packets 0

strike count: 0 of 10

up indications 1, broken indications 0

drops (if) 0, drops (link) 0

indication: up at 11Oct2013 15:18:50

not sure what to do here, also fairly new to cdot and have a hard time trying to manipulate the interfaces

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Re: cDOT 8.2 ifgrp and network interface

can I change the ifgrp a0a or do I need to re-create it to change it from singlemode to multimode_lacp ?

Re: cDOT 8.2 ifgrp and network interface

You cannot change ifgrp type and it requires changing of switch configuration and possibly re-cabling.