Publication Date: 2018-03-29 | Views: 429 | Downloads: 0 | Author: f84038637 | Document ID: EKB1001443486
USG9520, version V500R001C60
When going to the interface view of one of the VSYS we can see one physical IF 3/1/7 with two subinterfaces below, inside and outside. So in the view it looks like both inside and outside interfaces belong to 3/1/7. But in this case inside belong to 3/1/7 and outside belong to 3/1/9, so this can easily confuse the users to believe that both belong to 3/1/7. They need to click on each subinterface to see which physical interface it belong to.
once you put a sub-interface in vsys on the public system will appear like this
but, if you choose "test" is the name of the vsys ,will appear like this :
this is a normal behavior
if you are in public, everything look ok, if you are in vsys, is normal to appear there 2 sub-interfaces under 1 interface