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Cisco IOS in a Nutshell, 2nd Edition by James Boney

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Name

group-range — interface

Synopsis

group-range start end
no group-range start end

Configures

An interface group

Default

None

Description

This command specifies a range of interfaces that are treated as a group for the purposes of configuration. It is used in conjunction with the interface group-async command. start and end are the beginning and ending numbers of the interfaces that are configured as a group.

Example

The following commands group the async interfaces 1 through 7. Once a group has been defined, specific interfaces can be singled out for special treatment with the member command: for example, specific IP addresses can be applied to each interface.

interface group-async 0
  group-range 1 7
  ip unnumbered ethernet0
  async mode interactive
  member 1 peer default ip 10.10.1.1
  member 2 peer default ip 10.10.1.2
  member 3 peer default ip 10.10.1.3
  member 4 peer default ip 10.10.1.4
  member 5 peer default ip 10.10.1.5
  member 6 peer default ip 10.10.1.6
  member 7 peer default ip 10.10.1.7

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