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interfaces (QFX Series, ACX Series)

Syntax

The following statements and their associated substatements are not supported on OCX Series switches: auto-negotiation, speed, ethernet-switching, fcoe-lag, fibre-channel, fibrechannel-options, mc-ae, vlan, vlan-id, and vlan-tagging.

Hierarchy Level

Description

Configure the interfaces on the QFX Series and OCX Series.

The following statements and their associated substatements are not supported on OCX Series switches: auto-negotiation, ethernet-switching, fcoe-lag, fibre-channel, fibrechannel-options, mc-ae, speed, vlan, vlan-id, and vlan-tagging

Most standard Junos OS configuration statements are available in the Junos OS for a switch. This topic lists Junos OS statements that you commonly use when configuring a switch as well as statements added to support switches only.

Options

aex—Configure an aggregated Ethernet interface.

xe-0/0/port/—Configure a 10-Gigabit Ethernet interface.

ge-0/0/port/—Configure a Gigabit Ethernet interface.

fc-0/0/port/—Configure a Fibre Channel interface.

meX/—Configure a management interface.

mc-ae—Configure a multichassis aggregated Ethernet (MC-AE) interface.

The remaining statements are explained separately. See CLI Explorer.

Usage

  • Configure the power saving mode in ACX systems, using the interfaces powersaving commands and reboot. To remove power saving mode, remove the interfaces powersaving commands and reboot the system. See example for reference.
  • It is recommended to configure power saving mode on one core (Core1) ports.

set interfaces interface-range powersaving (ACX)

Required Privilege Level

interface—To view this statement in the configuration.

interface-control—To add this statement to the configuration.

Release Information

Statement introduced in Junos OS Release 11.1.

Statement support for QFX series introduced in Junos OS EVO Release 21.3