move one interface from one vdom

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2019/05/12 04:21:15 (permalink)
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move one interface from one vdom

Hi,
How can I move one vlan interface from one vdom to another .
Or how can I delete .  The delete option is greyed out .
 
 
 
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    Toshi Esumi
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    Re: move one interface from one vdom 2019/05/12 10:04:51 (permalink)
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    First you need to resolve the dependencies. If it is referred by something in a vdom, it's can't be removed or moved to other vdoms. Once it's resolved, the vdom of the interface should become selectable.
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    Re: move one interface from one vdom 2019/05/12 12:00:02 (permalink)
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    How to find these dependencies?
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    Re: move one interface from one vdom 2019/05/12 14:24:35 (permalink)
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    Scroll to the right end of the interface table. There is a "Ref." column showing those dependencies. Or better yet, go to CLI and type "show | grep -f "INTERFACE_NAME".
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    Re: move one interface from one vdom 2019/05/13 09:35:49 (permalink)
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    Hi. in your GUI goto the "Global" Settings (left top corner). Goto network > Interfaces
     
    Open the interface you like to move from one to another vdom. You can change it under "VIRTUAL DOMAIN".
     
    If this is grayed out it means that the interface is in Use somewhere in the config. You can push the reference link behind the interface to see where 
     
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