Adding TN799 CLAN

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Traditionally adding a TN799 CLAN involved

Adding it in the node-names then adding it in the ip-interface table ( with a ip address, subnet, gateway and network region) then finally adding a data module to port 17 assigning it to a link.

Upgrading to CM 5.2.1 you no longer have to add the data module. You add them in the node-names and ip-interface’s as normal but when adding the ip-interface’s this will add the ports in the background for what used to be added with add data part.

Display com-link will show those already administered.

 

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