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CL to remove untagged port from VLAN so I can delete VLAN

JamesB222
Occasional Contributor

CL to remove untagged port from VLAN so I can delete VLAN

tagged a port (46) for a specific VLAN - now I want to delete the VLAN but first I must remove the untagged port from the VLAN and I can't find the correct CL command to do this.

thanks in advance
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RobB_8
Advisor

Re: CL to remove untagged port from VLAN so I can delete VLAN

I don't think you need to do that.
but:
conf t
vlan xxx
no untagged 46
should do it...
but if you cannot delete it, it is probably because it is set as the default vlan.
JamesB222
Occasional Contributor

Re: CL to remove untagged port from VLAN so I can delete VLAN

Thanks Rob
I had to go into the CL menu section to reset port 46 to no then I was able to delete the VLAN it was assigned to
Paulen
Regular Advisor

Re: CL to remove untagged port from VLAN so I can delete VLAN

Another thing; if you are running a 53xx, and there used to be a module in one of the slots, and on you'd untag the vlan on one of the ports on that module (and you yanked the module) - you won't be able to "no untag" the vlan on that port. It remains in the config till you boot(!). On some releases even after boot.

On later releases you have the option to "move port to the default VLAN" if you remove the active untagged VLAN.

/BT