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Interface on LPUF-21 of NE40E Cannot Be Added to Eth-Trunk Because LPUF-21 Does Not Support all-layer Traffic Classifier

Publication Date:  2013-09-03 Views:  54 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
When an interface on LPUF-21 is added to the Eth-Trunk on the NE40E, the following error information is displayed:
[NE40E-8-GigabitEthernet3/0/11]eth-trunk 11
Failed to add the port into the trunk because the port has subinterface.

The Eth-Trunk configuration is as follows:
interface Eth-Trunk11
 ip address
 traffic-policy test inbound all-layer

NE40E version: V300R003C02B697
Handling Process
1. Check the configuration.
2. Check the software.
3. Check features on LPUF-21 of the NE40E.
Root Cause
1. Check the Eth-Trunk configuration. No subinterface is configured, which is the correct configuration.
2. Delete the configuration on the Eth-Trunk and add an interface on LPUF-21 to the Eth-Trunk. The interface is successfully added to the Eth-Trunk. Therefore, the software is normal.
3. Add the Eth-Trunk configurations item by item. When the traffic policy is configured, the interface on LPUF-21 fails to be added to the Eth-Trunk because LPUF-20/21 does not support the all-layer traffic classifier. After learning the network requirements, change the traffic policy by running the traffic-policy test inbound command. The problem is solved.
LPUF-20/21 does not support complex traffic classification in all-layer mode, while LPUG supports. During data planning, adjust the configuration according to card features.
The alarm information in NE40E V300R003 is inappropriate, which is fixed in later versions. When the interface of the LPUF-20/21 is added to an Eth-Trunk, the following information is displayed:
[NE40E-8-GigabitEthernet3/0/11]eth-trunk 11
Error: All-layer cannot be enabled on this board.
The preceding information helps you locate faults.