Cisco Bug: CSCuj22734 - Errors when adding an Etherchannel intf with security level defined
Nov 10, 2016
- Cisco Adaptive Security Device Manager
Known Affected Releases
7.0(1) 7.0(2) 7.1 7.1(2) 7.1(3)
Symptom: Add an Etherchannel interface and specify a security level on it. For example, Port-channel ID: 3 Inteface Name: test Security Level: 50 Add an interface to it, such as E0/2. Apply configuration - the following errors are seen: [OK] Interface port-channel3 Interface port-channel3 [OK] port-channel load-balance src-dst-ip [OK] port-channel min-bundle 1 [OK] lacp max-bundle 8 [OK] no shutdown [ERROR] speed auto speed auto ^ ERROR: % Invalid input detected at '^' marker. [ERROR] duplex auto duplex auto ^ ERROR: % Invalid input detected at '^' marker. [ERROR] nameif test nameif not allowed on empty etherchannel interface. [OK] security-level 50 [OK] Interface Ethernet0/2 Interface Ethernet0/2 [OK] channel-group 3 mode Active This problem does not happen if you don't specify the security level, or if the security level that you do specify is higher than the security level of the member interface. Conditions: This problem does not happen if you don't specify the security level, or if the security level that you do specify is higher than the security level of the member interface.
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