Check vlan 1.2 -> 2.0 upgrade code and interface naming.
Check vlan 1.2 -> 2.0 upgrade code and interface naming. Also check deleting vlans and interface assignment.
I ran into weird issue trying to debug this and got ifconfig exit status messages in the system logs that need to be looked at.
#2 Updated by Jim Pingle about 10 years ago
You might sync and try again.
I fixed a couple bugs in the automatic vlan hardware detection today that could have led to vlan interfaces disappearing or never being created since the system believed (incorrectly) that the network card did not support vlans.
#8 Updated by Seth Mos almost 10 years ago
- Status changed from Feedback to Resolved
I just checked in the code that properly upgrades the vlan configuration in 054 to 055.
It now creates a config.xml that properly parses, it also updates the interfaces section in the config.xml to the new values corresponding to the right interface.
I tested this with 2 dummy vlans and that worked as it should on a upgrade. I consider this resolved but would like some feedback with regards to upgrades on existing config codes.