Tagged vmans, assigned to sharing, converts to untagged after removing port from sharing

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Easy to reproduce:

# enable sharing 33 grouping 33-35 lacp
# create vman "v9"
# configure vman v9 add ports 33 cep cvid 9
# show vman v9 | include 33
     *33g: CVID 9
# configure sharing 33 delete ports 35
# show vman v9 | include 33
     Untag:    *33g
Image   : ExtremeXOS version 16.1.1.4 by release-manager
          on Fri Jun 12 17:47:56 EDT 2015

A bug? Or feature?

Edit: Fixed Formatting
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Max Nirin

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Posted 3 years ago

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Brandon Clay, Escalation Support Engineer

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Hi Max,

I was able to reproduce this as well. I tested in EXOS 15.3 also, and did not see this behavior, so I'm leaning towards it being a bug.

I'd suggest opening up a case with GTAC so that we can take a closer look at this and bring it to engineering as needed.

-Brandon
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Good day, Brandon. Thank you for reply. I have opened a case 01175058.
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Hi Max,
 described behavior is due to xos0062255. At the moment the fix is available in EXOS 16.1.2 and will be included in future 15.6, 15.7 GA releases. Here is a newly created KB article about the same:
https://gtacknowledge.extremenetworks.com/articles/Solution/CEP-configuration-is-missing-after-addin...