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    Default "No shut" with encapsulation commands

    When using subinterfaces, do you use the "no shut" command with each interface or not? Is it used once or multiple times?
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    If you're referring to subinterfaces they will be up/up hen you create them. You can shut the down but they will typically have the same status as the physical interface. If it's up, the sub interfaces are up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dtlokee
    If you're referring to subinterfaces they will be up/up hen you create them. You can shut the down but they will typically have the same status as the physical interface. If it's up, the sub interfaces are up.
    Otherwise, you would go into, say, fa 0/0 for the first time and put "no shut"; then go into the subinterface like "int fa 0/0.1" and put IP addresses, etc, at that point? But at some point the 0/0 interface has to be put into a no-shut state, and each sub-interface doesn't need a no-shut command. Is this right?
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    Yeah, just no sht the physical interface (fa0/0 or whatever it is) then go create your subinterfaces.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dtlokee
    Yeah, just no sht the physical interface (fa0/0 or whatever it is) then go create your subinterfaces.
    Ok, great. I'm gathering all these little tidbits that I can; 801 test tomorrow.
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