But my intent is to setup sub-interfaces. You are suppose to be able to setup a maximum of 8 redundant interfaces. the ASA only have 5 physical interfaces (including management). So how can you setup 8 interfaces without using sub-interfaces.
Never mind. I just figured it out. What needs to happen is you need to create the redundant interface first. Add the member interfaces. Then you are able to create the sub-interfaces for the redundant interfaces. See below:
ASA(config)# int redundant 2
ASA(config-if)# member-interface e0/3
INFO: security-level and IP address are cleared on Ethernet0/3.
ASA(config-if)# member-interface e0/2
INFO: security-level and IP address are cleared on Ethernet0/2.
ASA(config-subif)# int redundant 2.2
ASA(config-subif)# vlan 2
ASA(config-subif)# nameif DMZ
INFO: Security level for "DMZ" set to 0 by default.
ASA(config-subif)# security 30
ASA(config-subif)# ip address 220.127.116.11 255.255.240.0
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