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Remove trunked ifgrp from broadcast domain

hello-jon

We're cleaning up a production 8.3P1 cDOT filer the existing default-network broadcast domain is below:

 

 

IPspace Broadcast                                         Update
Name    Domain Name    MTU  Port List                     Status Details
------- ----------- ------  ----------------------------- --------------
Cluster Cluster       9000
                            nas1-01:e0a                 complete
                            nas1-01:e0b                 complete
                            nas1-02:e0a                 complete
                            nas1-02:e0b                 complete
Default Default-Mgmt  1500
                            nas1-01:e0M                 complete
                            nas1-02:e0M                 complete
        Default-Network
                      9000
                            nas1-01:a0a                 complete
                            nas1-01:a0a-7               complete
                            nas1-01:a0a-8               complete
                            nas1-01:a0a-9               complete
                            nas1-02:a0a                 complete
                            nas1-02:a0a-7               complete
                            nas1-02:a0a-8               complete
                            nas1-02:a0a-9               complete

 

 

If I remove a0a, which has no SVMs directly assigned to it, will that disrupt network access to the SVMs assigned to its VLANs (7,8,9)?  Long term I am going to move each VLAN into its own broadcast domain.

 

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J_curl

looks just how we do it here.  should be no issues

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J_curl

I think you cannot remove a0a when VLAN ports are present.  Or you mean just remove from broadcast domain?  I think it might be best just to split each VLAN to new broadcast domain.  non-disruptive.  

hello-jon

Thanks J_curl for the response, this is what I am thinking of implementing, does it look good to you?

 

 

IPspace Broadcast                                         Update
Name    Domain Name    MTU  Port List                     Status Details
------- ----------- ------  ----------------------------- --------------
Cluster Cluster        9000
                            nas1-01:e0a                 complete
                            nas1-01:e0b                 complete
                            nas1-02:e0a                 complete
                            nas1-02:e0b                 complete
Default Default-Mgmt   1500
                            nas1-01:e0M                 complete
                            nas1-02:e0M                 complete
Default VLAN2          1500
                            nas1-01:a0a-2               complete
                            nas1-02:a0a-2               complete                      
Default VLAN17         1500
                            nas1-01:a0a-17              complete
                            nas1-02:a0a-17              complete
Default VLAN6          9000
                            nas1-01:a0a-6               complete
                            nas1-02:a0a-6               complete

 

J_curl

looks just how we do it here.  should be no issues

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