I am setting up VLANs on a Network Team using the LACP (802.3ad) runner and two local NICs. The switch ports are configured as pruned trunks with untagged (native) VLAN disabled. Therefore, I would expect the VLAN interfaces to pull DHCP IPs, which they do as confirmed by:
I would also expect non-VLAN interfaces, such as the master team interface, to not be able to pull DHCP IPs or pass traffic, as intended. The issue I am having is that the master team interface attempts to obtain an IP and then fails. When it fails the team goes down and the VLAN interfaces with it.nmcli c show CNAME
I have tried setting
in the ifcfg file thenBOOTPROTO=none
, with no change.nmcli c reload
This behavior seems similar to https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cg ... id=1183424
I am doing this on CentOS Linux release 7.7.1908 (Core).
I would be happy to post any additional details or config files if it helps. I have just tried to keep this initial post short.
Thank you so very much for your assistance,
[edit - add CentOS version]