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NetApp Interfaces e0p and c0b

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Hello EE,

On my NetApp it was installed before I started it shows 2 interfaces I am unsure of:
e0b and c0b.  What are these used for?  I've searched online but not getting anything really clearly assisting me in understanding.
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what model of Netapp?  Typically these are just inerfaces and what you do with them depends on your environment.  e0b for instance is a network interface that can be used for any sort of traffic on the unit,

In System Manager look at your interfaces and you'll see which interfaces are being used.  In command line use ifconfig -a command to do the same.
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