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


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[/code]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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Userlevel 7
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
Good day, Brandon. Thank you for reply. I have opened a case 01175058.
Userlevel 3
Max Nirin wrote:

Good day, Brandon. Thank you for reply. I have opened a case 01175058.

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...

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