Layer 3 Configuration - Manage Subnet

Manage Subnet

Selecting Overview → Manage → Layer 3 → Manage Subnet displays the Manage Subnet dashboard with a list of any existing Subnet settings.

Select the desired Fabric from the left side navigation bar and the dashboard updates showing all Subnet entries from all switches within the Fabric.


Note: If no entries exist a "No Data Exists" message is displayed. You must first configure an entry on a switch. Prerequisite settings and configuration may be required.



The dashboard displays a list of existing Subnet entries by Switch. Additional parameters include: Name, Scope, VLAN, VXLAN, VRF, Network, Anycast IP, Packet Relay, Forward Proto, State, and Enable. The Subnet information is scope dependent meaning either Fabric, Local or Cluster.

You sort the list of entries in the dashboard using the up / down  arrows above each of the columns to sort the information as needed.

Manage Subnet Fabric Dashboard

Select the desired switch from the fabric and the dashboard updates automatically with Subnet settings.

The dashboard displays a list of existing Subnet entries by Name. Additional parameters include: Scope, VLAN, VXLAN, VRF, Network, Anycast IP, Packet Relay, Forward Proto, State, and Enable. The Subnet information is scope dependent meaning either Fabric, Local or Cluster.

Manage Subnet Switch Dashboard

You sort the list of entries in the dashboard using the up / down  arrows above each of the columns to sort the information as needed.

To obtain detailed information about a Subnet click on an entry in the dashboard.

A Details pane opens displaying the configuration information about the Subnet.

Click X to close the viewing pane.

Manage Subnet  Details Dashboard

To delete a Subnet entry use Delete by selecting the Cog  icon.


A confirmation message requires an acknowledgment to continue deletion.


Click OK to continue or Cancel to return to the previous screen without making any changes.

Manage Subnet  Delete Entry

A Subnet is added by selecting Create Subnet.


Manage Subnet  Create Entry


To add a Subnet to a switch click Create Subnet and enter the configuration parameters which include:


  • name – (required) desired name for the subnet
  • vxlan – (required) VXLAN VNID from drop-down list
  • network  – (required) IP subnet network
  • anycast-gw-ip – (required) Anycast gateway IP for the subnet
  • network6 – IPv6 subnet network
  • anycast-gw-ip6 – Anycast gateway IPv6 for the subnet
  • enable – (checkbox) enable/disable subnet routing
  • forward-ip – forward IP address
  • forward-ip2 – second forward IP address
  • forward-ip6 – forward IPv6 address
  • forward-ip6-2 – second forward IPv6 address
  • forward-proto – protocol type to forward packets
  • netmask – IP subnet mask
  • netmask6 – IPv6 subnet mask
  • packet-relay – packet relay enable, disable or none
  • scope – local, fabric or cluster
  • vnet-id – VNET for the network
  • vrf  – (required) VRF subnet belongs to (select from drop-down)


Click Save to continue or Cancel to return to the previous screen without saving any changes.


The new Subnet is added to the Dashboard.



Manage Subnet  Added to Dashboard

To modify a Subnet entry use Edit by selecting the Cog  icon to make changes to the Subnet  configuration.


Click the  icon for Additional Fields which include: 


  • network  – (required) IP subnet network
  • netmask – IP subnet mask
  • network6 – IPv6 subnet network
  • netmask6 – IPv6 subnet mask
  • enable – (checkbox) enable/disable subnet routing
  • forward-ip – forward IP address
  • forward-proto – protocol type to forward packets
  • anycast-gw-ip – (required) Anycast gateway IP for the subnet
  • anycast-gw-ip6 – Anycast gateway IPv6 for the subnet
  • packet-relay – packet relay enable, disable or none
  • forward-ip2 – second forward IP address
  • forward-ip6 – forward IPv6 address
  • forward-ip6-2 – second forward IPv6 address



Manage Subnet  Modify Entry


Click Save to continue or Cancel to return to the previous screen without saving any changes.


To delete a Subnet entry use Delete by selecting the Cog  icon.


A confirmation message requires an acknowledgment to continue deletion.


Click OK to continue or Cancel to return to the previous screen without making any changes.

Manage Subnet  Delete Entry