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Step
6.
Bind each physical interface
to the IRF port.
7.
Return to system view.
8.
Enter interface view or
interface range view.
9.
Bring up the interface or
interfaces.
10.
Return to system view.
11.
Save the running
configuration.
12.
Activate the configuration on
the IRF port.
Command
port group interface interface-type
interface-number [ mode { enhanced |
extended } ]
quit
Enter interface range view:
Method 1:
interface range { interface-type
interface-number [ to
interface-type
interface-number ] } &<1-5>
Method 2:
interface range name name
[ interface { interface-type
interface-number [ to
interface-type
interface-number ] } &<1-5> ]
Enter interface view:
interface interface-type
interface-number
undo shutdown
quit
save
irf-port-configuration active
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Remarks
By default, no physical interfaces
are bound to any IRF port.
Repeat this step to assign
multiple physical interfaces to
the IRF port.
You can bind a maximum of
eight physical interfaces to an
IRF port.
Make sure the two ends of an IRF
link use the same binding mode.
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Activating IRF port settings
causes IRF merge and reboot. To
avoid data loss, save the running
configuration to the startup
configuration file before you
perform the operation.
After this step is performed, the
state of the IRF port changes to
UP, the member devices elect a
master automatically, and the
subordinate device reboots
automatically.
After the IRF fabric is formed,
you can add additional physical
interfaces to an IRF port (in UP
state) without repeating this step.

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