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Editing, Deleting, and Deploying Logical Interfaces

You can edit, delete, and deploy logical interfaces from the Logical Interfaces page.

Editing Logical Interfaces

Procedure

To modify the parameters configured for a logical interface:

  1. Select Resources > Devices >Device-Name > Configuration > Physical Interface > View/Configure.

    The Logical Interfaces page appears.

  2. Select the logical interface that you want to edit, and then click on the edit icon (pencil symbol) on the right top corner of the table, or right-click and select Edit.

    The Edit Logical Interface page appears.

  3. Modify the parameters according to the guidelines provided in Adding a Logical Interface.

    Note You can modify only some fields when you are editing a logical interface.

  4. Click OK to save the changes. If you want to discard your changes, click Cancel instead.

If you click OK, the modified values appear on the Logical Interfaces page.

Deleting Logical Interfaces

Procedure

To delete a logical interface:

Note You cannot delete a logical interfaces that is associated with a physical interface on the device.

  1. Select Resources > Devices >Device-Name > Configuration > Physical Interface > View/Configure.

    The Logical Interfaces page appears.

  2. Select one or more logical interfaces that you want to delete and then click the delete icon.

    A page requesting confirmation for the deletion appears.

  3. Click Yes to delete the selection. If you do not want to delete, click Cancel instead.

If you click Yes, the selected logical interface is deleted from the Logical Interfaces page.

Deploying Logical Interfaces

Procedure

To deploy a logical interface:

  1. Select Resources > Devices >Device-Name > Configuration > Physical Interface > View/Configure.

    The Logical Interfaces page appears.

  2. Select one or more logical interfaces that you want to deploy and then click Deploy.

    A job is created. Click the job link or go to the Jobs page and view the status of the deployment.

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