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Enyi_Ajoku
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Funny IP on show configuration

Hi,

i'm trying to export "show configuration" from one of my Virtual System to a third party device for auditing purposes and i noticed that it shows the funny IP as show below:

set interface bond1.100 state on
set interface bond1.100 mtu 1500
set interface bond1.100 ipv4-address 192.168.196.49 mask-length 28
set interface bond1.101 state on
set interface bond1.101 mtu 1500
set interface bond1.101 ipv4-address 192.168.196.65 mask-length 28

Is this how it should be or i'm i missing something. Ironically, doing ifconfig shows the actual IP associated with each bond as well as on the Management Station.

Thank You

 

 

 

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

What precise version is this?
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Enyi_Ajoku
Collaborator

R80.30 and R80.10 

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Maarten_Sjouw
Champion
Champion

Is it by any chance a VSX System?
Regards, Maarten
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Wolfgang
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Leader

@Enyi_Ajoku you wrote "my Virtual System".

As @Maarten_Sjouw indicates, looks like a VSX system.

192.168.196.0/255.255.252.0 is the default subnet for VSX internal network. Every virtual system has an IP in this subnet.

You can see this on the VSX object.

Wolfgang

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Enyi_Ajoku
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I am aware of the internal IP address on VSX system but what i am referring to is an ip associated with a bond that is configured on Management Station on VSX.

ifconfig shows actual ip associated with bond, same as on the management station but when i do show configuration on for example vs1 is shows funny ip as i have stated in the configuration snippet above

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Maarten_Sjouw
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Champion

That is still one of the problems with VSX, ifconfig only shows the real IP's since R80, before it also showed the 192.168.x addresses.
So there is at least 1 point to find the real IP's.
To be honest, on a VSX box I rarely connect in clish, as there is very little you can/need to do there.
Regards, Maarten
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Enyi_Ajoku
Collaborator

Yes it is 

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