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S600-E V200R012C00 Configuration Guide - Interface Management

This document describes the interface management configuration, including basic interface configuration, Ethernet interface configuration, and logical interface configuration.
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Overview of Logical Interfaces

Overview of Logical Interfaces

This section describes logical interfaces supported by switches.

  • Eth-Trunk

    An Eth-Trunk has Layer 2 features and is formed by binding multiple Ethernet interfaces to provide more bandwidth and higher transmission reliability. For details about how to configure an Eth-Trunk, see Link Aggregation Configuration in the S600-E V200R012C00 Configuration Guide - Ethernet Switching.

  • VLANIF interface

    A VLANIF interface has Layer 3 features, and enables VLANs to communicate and can have Layer 3 services deployed after being assigned an IP address. For details about how to configure a VLANIF interface, see Configuration Examples in "VLAN Configuration" in the S600-E V200R012C00 Configuration Guide - Ethernet Switching.

  • Loopback interface

    According to TCP/IP, an interface with an IP address in the range of 127.0.0.0 to 127.255.255.255 is a loopback interface. A loopback interface can be either of the following:

    • Loopback interface

      A loopback interface is used when you need an interface that must be always in the Up state. A loopback interface has the following advantages:

      • Once a loopback interface is created, its physical status and data link protocol status always stay Up, regardless of whether an IP address is configured for the loopback interface.

      • A loopback interface can be assigned an IP address with a 32-bit mask, which reduces address consumption. The IP address of a loopback interface can be advertised immediately after being configured.

      • No link layer protocol can be configured for a loopback interface. Therefore, no data link layer negotiation is required, allowing the link layer protocol status of the interface to stay Up.

      • The device drops the packet with a non-local IP address as the destination IP address and a local loopback interface as the outbound interface.

      The advantages of a loopback interface help improve configuration reliability. The IP address of a loopback interface can be used as follows:
      • Can be configured as a packet's source IP address to improve network reliability.
      • Can be used to control an access interface and filter logs to simplify information displaying.
    • InLoopback0 interface

      An InLoopBack0 interface is a fixed loopback interface that is automatically created at the system startup.

      An InLoopBack0 interface uses the fixed loopback address 127.0.0.1/8 to receive data packets destined for the host where the InLoopBack0 interface resides. The loopback address of an InLoopBack0 interface is not advertised.

  • NULL interface

    A null interface is used to filter routes because any data packets received by the null interface are discarded.

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Updated: 2018-09-01

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