Posted on January 24, 2014 6:06 pm
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When I execute the command “sh vlan brief” in the output I see a few interfaces with “PEt” (see below). What exactly are these interfaces where are they coming from?

 

Core_Router# sh vlan brief
 VLAN  Name                             Status    Ports
 ----- -------------------------------- --------- -------------------------------
 1     default                          active
 563   User_Segment1           active    Cpu, Et9, Et10, Et11, Et12
 Et13, Et14, Et15, Et16, Et17
 PEt9, PEt10, PEt11, PEt12
 PEt13, PEt14, PEt15, PEt16
 PEt17, Po100
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Posted by Mark Berly
Answered on January 24, 2014 6:07 pm

They are PeerEthernet interfaces, interfaces physically located on an MLAG peer switch.

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