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what does it mean when status is "deleted" ?

Interface IP-Address OK? Method Status Protocol

ATM2/IMA1.41 unassigned YES unset deleted down

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Re: what does it mean when status is "deleted" ?

The output intepreter provided this for your message:

WARNING: The following interfaces show the interface status as 'deleted'.

ATM2/IMA1.41

If the subinterface configuration is deleted, then the subinterface still stays

in the resident memory. This interface will be visible in the show ip interface

brief command output with the 'deleted' status.

TRY THIS: Make sure that no configuration is required under this subinterface. Once

the device is reloaded this interface will stop appearing in the show ip interface

brief command output.

If this interface should be used, configure the subinterface with the valid configuration

command.

INFO: The following interfaces show the interface configuration 'method' as 'unset'.

ATM2/IMA1.41

This means that no configuration changes were made to the interface since the last

reload.

INFO: To send and receive the traffic over an interface, the 'Status' and 'Protocol'

should have the value of 'up and 'up'. For more troubleshooting information paste

the show interfaces command output into the Output Interpreter.

Hope that helps.

Tom

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