Network and Storage Protocols
options protocol.access if=network interface spec (interface_name)
na_protocolaccess page says, "network interface spec is a comma separated list of one or more network interface names. Valid network interface names can be obtained from the ifconfig -a command."
This leads me to believe anything displayed in the ifconfig -a command can be used, however all the examples I dug up show if=e0, e2, e3 etc. no listing of vifs or vlans.
vifs or vlans should work.. a lot of the network documents list older style e0, e2 interfaces. options interface.blocked.protocol is really nice to have in ontap now
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