On Thu, Apr 7, 2016 at 1:26 PM, Subscriber <ml-lists at agoris.net.ua> wrote: > Hello FrancisM, > > Thursday, April 7, 2016, 8:03:38 AM, you wrote: > > > > I tried last night and it seems like the vlans that I created is failing > to > > bring-up. So this is what Im doing > > > in my DATA trunk port at my HomeLab Im doing this > > > 2 port configured for teaming1 (set as link only port) -> Create Bridge > > (br0 port) on top of the teaming1 -> create slave vlan10,20,30,40 and the > > parent is br0. Am I doing this correctly? Thanks > > not exactly. > > nmcli connection add con-name br10 ifname br10 type bridge stp no > nmcli connection down br10 > nmcli connection edit br10 > set ipv4.method disabled > set ipv6.method ignore > save > quit > nmcli connection up br10 > > nmcli connection add con-name vlan10 ifname vlan10 type vlan dev > teaming1 id 10 > nmcli connection down vlan10 > nmcli connection edit vlan10 > set connection.master br10 > set connection.slave-type bridge > verify fix > save > exit > nmcli connection up vlan10 > > similarly for br20+vlan20, br30+vlan30, br40+vlan40 > > _______________________________________________ > CentOS mailing list > CentOS at centos.org > https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos > Thanks for providing the command I will definitely try this method.