Virtual Interfaces?

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ESupport Posts: 21  Freshman Member
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Hi,

i tried to create a virtual Interface (LAN1:1) on my Flex 100H but that (and the already mentioned LAG-Support) is not currently supported? Also i am missing the multiple SSL-VPN- "Server" so different users can access different networks.

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  • Zyxel_Kevin
    Zyxel_Kevin Posts: 814  Zyxel Employee
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    Hi @ESupport ,

    1)To create virtual interface, We don't have GUI so far, please add ipv4 address under the current interface by CLI.

    #edit running

    #vrf main interface ethernet {IF name} ipv4 {IP/Mask}

    Sample: vrf main interface ethernet ge3 ipv4 192.168.99.254/24

    #commit

    then 'show interface', you will find GE3 have two addresses but won't display on GUI.

    2)For multiple SSLVPN server, We still ongoing , Thank your patience.

    Kevin

    Share yours now! https://bit.ly/4aO0BMF

    Kevin

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  • Zyxel_Kevin
    Zyxel_Kevin Posts: 814  Zyxel Employee
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    Hi @ESupport ,

    1)To create virtual interface, We don't have GUI so far, please add ipv4 address under the current interface by CLI.

    #edit running

    #vrf main interface ethernet {IF name} ipv4 {IP/Mask}

    Sample: vrf main interface ethernet ge3 ipv4 192.168.99.254/24

    #commit

    then 'show interface', you will find GE3 have two addresses but won't display on GUI.

    2)For multiple SSLVPN server, We still ongoing , Thank your patience.

    Kevin

    Share yours now! https://bit.ly/4aO0BMF

    Kevin

  • ESupport
    ESupport Posts: 21  Freshman Member
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    thanks, i will try that!

  • cartagena
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    @monopoly go

    What is the reason behind creating a virtual interface and adding an IPv4 address under the present interface using the command-line interface (CLI) instead of a graphical user interface (GUI)?

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