Default Interface Types Displayed
You can specify the default interface types to show in Explore and use in Analytics (reporting):
Individual logical interface—An interface with an IP address that is not in a LAG. These names might have a decimal.
Example: et-0/1/2.0, g2/0/0
Individual physical interface—An interface that is not in a LAG and does not have an IP address. These interface names do not have a decimal.
Example: so-0/2/2, g2/0/0
LAG logical interface—An interface with an IP address that contains member interfaces.
Examples: ae0.0, Bundle-Ether1, Port-Channel7
LAG physical interface—The physical representation of an aggregated interface to which a LAG logical interface (such as ae0.0) is assigned.
Example: ae0 for Juniper interfaces
LAG member interface—An interface that is in a LAG.
Unknown—None of the preceding interface types.