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Configuring a virtual interface to be passive to IS-IS

Configuring IS-IS as passive on a virtual interface, such as loopback

0, before enabling it on a physical interface results in an error

message or the IS-IS portion of the configuration to disappear

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Re: Configuring a virtual interface to be passive to IS-IS

This

is because IS-IS must first be enabled on a real, physical interface,

then only can it be passive on a virtual interface.

Bascially, the steps are:

1) Enable IS-IS

2) Enable it on a physical interface

3) Then only can a virtual interface be a IS-IS passive interface

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