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Enabling sflow on Dell PowerConnect 8024F

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I'm trying to get the syntax right for enabling sflow on our 10GB ports for Dell Powerconnect 8024F

I'm using the following command to configure the 24 10GB ports however I'm getting an error

console(config)#sflow 1 polling tengigabitethernet 1/te1-1/te24 30

"An invalid interface has been used for this function"

Can anyone tell me where my syntax might be wrong?
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After reading the manual again I found the correct syntax

console(config)#sflow 1 polling te1/0/1-24 30

This set the polling to 30 seconds on an 10GB ports number 1- 24
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