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    Default Bridged VLAN interfaces in v14

    I'm told there are issues here. Anybody else have a configuration with bridged VLAN interfaces? Have you upgraded to v14, and if so, any problems?


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    Told by whom? I have yet to get a reproducible steps of an issue with VLANs on v14. If you have a test case of an issue I would be glad to look into it.
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    Jason in Denver. Ticket 127004.


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    Of the UIDs listed, only one is online. I don't see an issue with it or any specifics in the ticket. Let me know if you have more information on the specific issue.
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    After upgrading to v14, the system stopped passing some traffic (might be all non-bypassed traffic) after enabling a tagged VLAN interface that is configured as a bridge to another interface. Jason said I am the 2nd or 3rd case where this has happened. Says it is only a v14 issue, and a very new issue, so it is currently under investigation.


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    What is the VLAN bridged to a LAN or a WAN?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcoffin View Post
    What is the VLAN bridged to a LAN or a WAN?
    VLAN interface tagged with VLAN ID 890
    Bridged to WAN interface on eth3 (no VLAN tag)

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    Thank you. I will see if I can reproduce in the lab.
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    Just to be clear, the tagged vlan bridge interface was disabled at the time we did the upgrade. But I enabled it several hours after the upgrade, and it was then that the problem began.

    Thanks for your help.

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    Thanks. What was the parent of the VLAN?
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