Supported Interface Types
The following table shows the syntax and parameters of supported interface types. Depending on the command, some of these types may not apply.
brx: The name of a bridge group. The name ranges from br0 through br999.
interface-name: The name of a data plane interface. Following are the supported formats of the interface name:
Data plane vif
dataplane interface-name vif vif-id [vlan vlan-id ]
interface-name: Refer to the preceding description.
vif-id: A virtual interface ID. The ID ranges from 1 through 4094.
vlan-id: The VLAN ID of a virtual interface. The ID ranges from 1 through 4094.
n: The name of a loopback interface, where n ranges from 1 through 99999.
vtunx: The identifier of an OpenVPN interface. The identifier ranges from vtun0 through vtunx, where x is a nonnegative integer.
tunx: The identifier of a tunnel interface you are defining. The identifier ranges from tun0 through tunx, where x is a nonnegative integer.
vtix: The identifier of a virtual tunnel interface you are defining. The identifier ranges from vti0 through vtix, where x is a nonnegative integer.
Note: Before you can configure a vti interface, you must configure a corresponding vpn.
Note: This interface does not support IPv6.
parent-interface: The type and identifier of a parent interface; for example, data plane dp0p1p2 or bridge br999.
group: A VRRP group identifier.
The name of a VRRP interface is not specified. The system internally constructs the interface name from the parent interface identifier plus the VRRP group number; for example, dp0p1p2v99. Note that VRRP interfaces support the same feature set as does the parent interface.