USING INTERFACE RANGE COMMAND IN JUNIPER

Cisco and Juniper both have CLI option to configure multiple interfaces within single line item. Below are some of ways to define members through interface range feature as below –

Let say the port range is from 1 to 3.

# set interface interface-range SCOPE member-range ge-0/0/0 to ge-0/0/3
# set interface interface-range SCOPE member “ge-0/0/[0-3]”
# set interface interface-range SCOPE member “ge-0/0/0”
# set interface interface-range SCOPE member “ge-0/0/1”
# set interface interface-range SCOPE member “ge-0/0/2”
# set interface interface-range SCOPE member “ge-0/0/3”

Some examples where we can use interface-range command are as below –

1 – Disable ports

# set interface interface-range SCOPE member-range ge-0/0/0 to ge-0/0/3
# set interface interface-range SCOPE disable

2 – Add vlan to ports

# set interfaces interface-range SCOPE unit 0 family ethernet-switching vlan members vlan20
# set interface interface-range SCOPE member-range ge-0/0/0 to ge-0/0/3

By default, interface-range is not available to configure in the CLI where the interface statement is available. The following locations are supported; however, some of the hierarchies shown in this list are product specific:

  • protocols dot1x authentication interface
  • protocols dvmrp interface
  • protocols oam ethernet lmi interface
  • protocols esis interface
  • protocols igmp interface
  • protocols igmp-host client num interface
  • protocols mld-host client num interface
  • protocols router-advertisement interface
  • protocols isis interface
  • protocols ldp interface
  • protocols oam ethernet link-fault-management interface
  • protocols lldp interface
  • protocols link-management peer lmp-control-channel interface
  • protocols link-management peer control-channel
  • protocols link-management te-link name interface
  • protocols mld interface
  • protocols ospf area id interface
  • protocols pim interface
  • protocols router-discovery interface
  • protocols rip group name neighbour
  • protocols ripng group name neighbour
  • protocols rsvp interface
  • protocols snmp interface
  • protocols layer2-control bpdu-block interface
  • protocols layer2-control mac-rewrite interface
  • protocols mpls interface
  • protocols stp interface
  • protocols rstp interface
  • protocols mstp interface
  • protocols vstp interface
  • protocols mstp msti id interface
  • protocols mstp msti vlan id interface
  • protocols vstp vlan name interface
  • protocols gvrp interface
  • protocols igmp-snooping vlan name interface
  • protocols lldp interface
  • protocols lldp-med interface
  • protocols sflow interfaces
  • ethernet-switching-options analyzer name input [egress | ingress ] interface
  • ethernet-switching-options analyzer name output interface
  • ethernet-switching-options secure-access-port interface
  • ethernet-switching-options interfaces ethernet-switching-options voip interface
  • ethernet-switching-options redundant-trunk-group group g1 interface
  • ethernet-switching-options redundant-trunk-group group g1 interface
  • ethernet-switching-options bpdu-block interface
  • poe interface vlans pro-bng-mc1-bsd1 interface

Reference – https://www.juniper.net/documentation/en_US/junos/topics/task/configuration/interface-ranges.html

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