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docs:guide-user:network:vlan:switch [2018/08/08 08:07]
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docs:guide-user:network:vlan:switch [2018/08/31 19:28] (current)
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 ==== Known problems ==== ==== Known problems ====
-  * if a switch interface (for the cpu point of view) is controlling several '​physical interfaces',​ every time than one physical interface is connected all the switch interface result connected (that means all the ports ''​ethN.Y''​ are UP) and therefore every rule (routing for example) is applied. This could cause serious problem, for example if one relies on the automatic mechanism of routing metric when one route is not available anymore.+  * if a switch interface (for the cpu point of view) is controlling several '​physical interfaces',​ every time than one physical interface is connected, then all the switch interface result connected (that means all the ports ''​ethN.Y''​ are UP) and therefore every rule (routing for example) is applied. This could cause serious problem, for example if one relies on the automatic mechanism of routing metric when one route is not available anymore.
     * One way to detect this is: ''​swconfig dev <​switch_interface_name>​ show | grep link''​ or see [[docs:​techref:​swconfig]]     * One way to detect this is: ''​swconfig dev <​switch_interface_name>​ show | grep link''​ or see [[docs:​techref:​swconfig]]
  
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