Configuring MAS interfaces, VLANs and ports
The MAS interface is using the following numbering convention. Each MAS port has three separate numbers:
- First number denotes slot number; in stacking mode, the first number is the stack member identification.
- Second number denotes the base ports; where 0 indicates the base interfaces and 1 indicates the uplink interfaces.
- Third number denotes the individual interface/port number.
For example, the interface gigabitethernet 0/0/20 denotes the slot number zero (0), module 0 and port number 20. In the case of Stacking, the first number denotes the member identification.
- When modifying the interface group member list, the entire list of interfaces needs to be specified since the latest list of member interfaces would overwrite the previous list.
- An interface can belong to only one interface group at a time.
- When an interface is a member of an interface group, applying a specific profile to the interface takes precedence over the interface group.
Aruba Mobility Access Switch S1500-24P-US, Version 184.108.40.206