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Edit Or Remove an EtherChannel Interface for FTD

Use the following procedures to either modify an existing EtherChannel interface, or remove an EtherChannel interface from a Firepower Threat Defense (FTD) device.

Edit an EtherChannel

Note that EtherChannels have several limitations you must be aware of when modifying. See  Guidelines and Limitations for Firepower Configuration for more information. 

Note: EtherChannels must have at least one member.

Use the following procedure to edit an existing EtherChannel:

  1. Log into CDO. 
  2. In the navigation pane, click Devices & Services
  3. Select the FTD associated with the Etherchannel you want to modify. In the Management pane located to the right, click Interfaces
  4. On the Interfaces page, select the EtherChannel interface you want to edit. In the Actions pane located to the right, click the edit icon edit.png .
  5. Modify any of the following items:
  • Logical name.
  • State.
  • Description.
  • Security Zone assignment.
  • Link Aggregation Control Protocol status.
  • IP address configuration in either the IPv4IPv6, or Advanced tabs. 
  • EtherChannel members.

Warning: If you add an EtherChannel interface as a member and it already has an IP address configured, CDO removes the IP address of the member.

  1. Click Save

Remove an EtherChannel Interface

Note: EtherChannel interfaces associated with a high availability (HA) or any other configuration. You must manually remove the EtherChannel interface from all configurations before deleting it from CDO. 

Use the following procedure to remove an EtherChannel interface from an FTD:

  1. Log into CDO. 
  2. In the navigation pane, click Devices & Services
  3. Select the FTD associated with the Etherchannel you want to delete. In the Management pane located to the right, click Interfaces
  4. On the Interfaces page, select the EtherChannel interface you want to edit. In the Actions pane located to the right, click Remove.
  5. Confirm you want to delete the EtherChannel interface and click OK

 

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