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SOLVED LACP/LAGG disable using CLI

johnjaylward

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My switch that supported LACP died and I need to turn it off in freeNas. I have direct console access, but I had disabled the quick menu. Will I be able to disable the LACP using standard command line options? If so, what are the steps to do so?

Thanks.
 

dlavigne

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If you can get a shell on the FreeNAS system, you can type /etc/netcli to access the console menu.
 

johnjaylward

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ok, I found it. For future reference, you can do the following:
  1. ifconfig | less to confirm what devices are under the lagg
  2. ifconfig lagg0 destroy
  3. ifconfig igb0 192.168.x.y netmask 255.255.255.0
just replace the lagg0 and the igb0 with whatever your actual devices are.

once you can get back to the FreeNas web interface, you can then delete the lagg from the freenas config and add your individual network interfaces.
 

johnjaylward

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Thanks dlavigne, that's good to know too. Also to note, the network change my way messed up the jail brigdes. They can be fixed simply enough with either a full reboot, or just restarting the individual jails.
 
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