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Output of 'cpstat -f all ha' command shows VLAN interfaces without the VLAN ID in the 'Cluster IPs table' Technical Level
Symptoms
  • Output of 'cpstat -f all ha' command shows VLAN interfaces without the VLAN ID in the 'Cluster IPs table'.

  • Example of incorrect output:

    Cluster IPs table
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Name |IP             |Netmask          |Member Network|Member Netmask|
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |eth0   |10.10.2.65|255.255.255.0|            10.10.2.0|    255.255.255.0|
    |eth1   |10.10.3.65|255.255.255.0|            10.10.3.0|    255.255.255.0|
    |bond0|    10.6.0.3|255.255.255.0|              10.6.0.0|    255.255.255.0|
    |bond0|    10.7.0.3|255.255.255.0|              10.7.0.0|    255.255.255.0|
    |eth6   |10.10.10.3|255.255.255.0|          10.10.10.0|    255.255.255.0|
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  • Example of expected output:

    Cluster IPs table
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |Name         |IP              |Netmask         |Member Network|Member Netmask|
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |eth0           |10.10.2.65|255.255.255.0|            10.10.2.0|    255.255.255.0|
    |eth1           |10.10.3.65|255.255.255.0|            10.10.3.0|    255.255.255.0|
    |bond0.600|    10.6.0.3|255.255.255.0|              10.6.0.0|    255.255.255.0|
    |bond0.700|    10.7.0.3|255.255.255.0|              10.7.0.0|    255.255.255.0|
    |eth6           |10.10.10.3|255.255.255.0|          10.10.10.0|    255.255.255.0|
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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