The Flex Links pairs
and their mac-address-move update transmit feature can be configured here. This
option allows adding, editing and deleting a port or a port channel as backup
for a primary interface, and enable or disable the mac-address-move update
transmit feature for the flex links pair. Disable spanning-tree for flex links
pair to function properly.
Delete: To delete an existing flex links
pair, check this check box and click
Save. The entry will be deleted from the
Primary Interface: This defines the
primary interface in
Number. Name can be chosen as a port or
LLAG (port channel), and Number can be a valid ID. For example, for port number
can be 1 to 6, and LLAG number can be any existing LLAG group id.
After adding a primary interface, the primary interface
entry can only be deleted but not edited.
Backup Interface: This defines the backup
Number, as described in primary interface.
The backup interface entry can be edited
MAC-address-table move update: A check
box for enabling or disabling the mac-address-move update transmit feature for
the particular flex links entry. To enable the mac-address-move update transmit
feature, check the check box. The check box is unchecked by default.
New Entry: Click this button to add a new Flex Links entry. An
empty row is added to the table, and the flex links pair can be configured as
needed. Legal values for a interface port number are 1 through 6. Legal values
for a interface LLAG number are any existing LLAG group ids.
An entry with
any members duplicating the existing entries in either port interface or LLAG
groups will not be added when you click
Save. The port interface that is included
in an LLAG group is not allowed to be used alone.
button can be used to undo the addition of new entries. The maximum possible
entries number are limited to port array size.