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

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Name

interface group-async — global

Synopsis

interface group-async number
no interface group-async number

Configures

A group of interfaces that can share configuration parameters

Default

None

Description

This command allows you to create a group of async interfaces to which you can apply commands. Actual interfaces that belong to the group inherit the settings you apply to this virtual interface. The group-range command defines which physical async interfaces are included in the group. A physical interface can belong only to one group.

Example

The following commands define a group-async interface that includes async interfaces 1 through 7. The ip unnumbered and async mode commands apply to all the interfaces in the group.

interface group-async 0
  group-range 1 7
  ip unnumbered ethernet0
  async mode interactive

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