How do I remove link aggregation?
You can delete a link aggregation by using the dladm delete-aggr command. You must remove the IP interface and VNICs configured over the link aggregation before deleting the aggregation.
How do I delete a VLAN in Solaris 11?
Use the dladm delete-vlan command to delete VLAN configurations on your system. Note – You must first delete any existing IP configurations on the VLAN that you intend to delete before you can delete the VLAN. Deleting a VLAN fails if IP interfaces exist over the VLAN.
How do I remove ether channel?
Use this procedure to remove an EtherChannel or Link Aggregation.
- Type smitty chinet and select the interface belonging to your EtherChannel.
- On the command line type smitty etherchannel .
- Select Remove an EtherChannel and press Enter.
- Select the EtherChannel that you want to remove and press Enter.
How do I find the VLAN in Solaris 11?
Displaying VLAN Information You can use the dladm show-link command to display information about VLANs because VLANs are datalinks. Use the dladm show-vlan command to display specific information about the VLANs.
How do I remove an interface from a port channel?
You have to issue the “no interface port-channel X” command in global config order to remove the port-channel interface. If you issue the “no interface port-channel X” command, the interfaces bundled in the port-channel will lose their “channel-group” configuration.
How do I configure EtherChannel?
EtherChannel can be configured in one of these modes: Port Aggregation Protocol (PAgP), Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) or On….EtherChannel Configuration.
|Passive||LACP||Sets the interface to respond to LACP data if it receives negotiation requests from other systems.|
How do I find the VLAN ID in Solaris?
In Oracle Solaris Kernel Zones, you can use the dladm show-phys command with the –v option to view the VLAN IDs that can be created on each physical datalink.
How do I delete a port channel in Packet Tracer?
What is Cisco PAgP?
Port Aggregation Protocol (PAgP) is a Cisco proprietary protocol which is used for the automated, logical aggregation of Ethernet switch ports, known as an Ether Channel.