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I configured 3 of my Juniper ex3300 to a virtual chassis. The members are formed fine. However, when I look in the configuration, it only shows the interfaces of the master ge-0/0/0 ... 0/0/24. I did not see 1/0/0 ... or 2/0/0. I did the show interface terse and I saw all of the interfaces. But for the 1/0/0 and above, I did not see the ethernet-switching interface, like ge-1/0/1.0. I am not sure what I forgot to enable. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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sh interface terse
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I found out that you  have to configure family ethernet-switching for the other switches. Thx
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Have to manually configure family ethernet-switching for other switches in the VC
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