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cloudguard interface _rename issue

Hi

We are deploying cloudguard R80.20 in Azure as per sk110194 and are noticing extra interfaces with '_rename' in them. Instead of eth0 and eth1 we see total of 4 interfaces

eth0 

eth1

eth2_rename

eth3_rename

Output of  ifconfig  is

ifconfig -a | grep -v grep | grep HWaddr | awk '{print $1,$5}'

eth0 00:0D:3A:7E:82:B6                      state -on
eth1 00:0D:3A:7E:87:40                       state -on
eth2_rename 00:0D:3A:7E:87:40       state -on
eth3_rename 00:0D:3A:7E:82:B6       state -off

Has anyone came across this issue? 

R80.10 does not have this issue.

Thanks

 

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Re: cloudguard interface _rename issue

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Ivory

Re: cloudguard interface _rename issue

HI

We looked at sk86121 but its more for physical boxes as apposed to the cloudguard virtual applications. 

Its seems the build has a missing script eth_hv_rename from /sbin/ folder. Although this doesn't entirely fix the issue. Hopefully CP will fix the build in the very near future.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: cloudguard interface _rename issue

Most likely the additional interfaces are related to Azure accelerated networking feature.

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Ivory

Re: cloudguard interface _rename issue

HI Constantin

 

It was an issue with the build script. There is a fix for it I can't remember the SK for it. Its been fixed in the latest build.

 

Cheers