network port ifgrp add-port

Add a port to an interface group

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.

Description

The network port ifgrp add-port command adds a network port to a port interface group. The port interface group must already exist. You can create a port interface group by using the network port ifgrp create command.

The following restrictions apply to port interface groups:
  • A port that is already a member of a port interface group cannot be added to another port interface group.
  • Cluster ports and management ports cannot be in a port interface group.
  • A port to which a logical interface is already bound cannot be added to a port interface group.
  • A port that already has an assigned failover role cannot be added to a port interface group.
  • A VLAN port cannot be added to a port interface group.
  • A port which attaches to a VLAN cannot be added to a port interface group.
  • An interface group port cannot be added to a port interface group.
  • A port that is assigned to a broadcast domain cannot be added to a port interface group.
  • All ports in a port interface group must be physically located on the same node.

Parameters

-node {<nodename>|local} - Node
The node on which the port interface group is located.
-ifgrp <ifgrp name> - Interface Group Name
The port interface group to which a port is to be added.
-port <netport> - Specifies the name of port.
The network port that is to be added to the port interface group.

Examples

The following example adds port e0c to port interface group a1a on a node named node1:
cluster1::> network port ifgrp add-port -node node1 -ifgrp a1a -port e0c