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Configuring Inheritance Range Priorities

The interface ranges are defined in the order of inheritance priority, with the first interface range configuration data taking priority over subsequent interface ranges.

[edit]interfaces {interface-range int-grp-one {member-range ge-0/0/0 to ge-4/0/40;member ge-1/1/1;/*Common config is added part of the interface-range definition*/mtu 256;hold-time up 10;}}interfaces {interface-range int-grp-two {member-range ge-5/0/0 to ge-10/0/40;member ge-1/1/1;mtu 1024;}}

Interface ge-1/1/1 exists in both interface-range int-grp-one and interface-range int-grp-two. This interface inherits mtu 256 from interface-range int-grp-one because it was defined first.


Published: 2010-04-20

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