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SanSat89
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sub interface connectivity

Hi,

 

How do i simulate connectivity between sub interfaces in iosv router in cml? when i try creating links it only shows me the interface to simulate connectivity rather than the sub interface.

 

Thanks

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Hi SandipanSatapathy70156,

 

sub-interfaces are logical interfaces, which are part of, or members of a physical interface. In CML you connect the physical interfaces with each other. Sub-interfaces are matter of configuration and not available in the "physical" world. You can imagine a physical link as a L1 link and logical ones as L2 links.

 

What are you trying to accomplish or model?

 

Best Regards,

Shin

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That is a Physical connection, you need to manually create a sub-interface and tag it if required based on the VLAN.

 

example :

 

config t

!

interface gig0/0.1

dot1 vlan 100

ip address x.x.x.x

 

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balaji.bandi
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it should be, can you post-show a version of the image you use?

 

you mean sub interface Layer 2 or Layer 3 ?

 

 

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Martin L
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you need to manually create sub-interface(s) on routers. by default, there are no sub-interfaces on any routers anywhere

 

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SanSat89
Beginner

Hi Balaji/Martin,

 

Thanks for your response!

 

The issue isnt creating sub interfaces on the router. I am able to do that in config. Its when i create a link between two routers it does not show me the option to create link between sub interfaces of two routers. I have attached a screenshot for your reference.

 

Thanks

 

 

Hi SandipanSatapathy70156,

 

sub-interfaces are logical interfaces, which are part of, or members of a physical interface. In CML you connect the physical interfaces with each other. Sub-interfaces are matter of configuration and not available in the "physical" world. You can imagine a physical link as a L1 link and logical ones as L2 links.

 

What are you trying to accomplish or model?

 

Best Regards,

Shin

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That is a Physical connection, you need to manually create a sub-interface and tag it if required based on the VLAN.

 

example :

 

config t

!

interface gig0/0.1

dot1 vlan 100

ip address x.x.x.x

 

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a-gould
Beginner

In this video I show how to accomplish vlan tagging in CML (Cisco Modeling Labs) using IOSv and CSR1000v (EFP, Service Instance)

https://youtu.be/_7h46lhCv6U

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9J5QyG3PDOM3ak5gEy9IGA?sub_confirmation=1What we will coverCisco Classic IOS and IOS-XE router vlan taggingVLAN Tagging usi...