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Remove port from vlan on 6509

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We have a 6509 running CatOS.  Originally one of the fiber ports was assigned to a specific VLAN.  Now I want the port to be a trunking port.  On the 6509 the current config reads:
set vlan 7 4/11
ALL I want is to get that port off of VLAN 7.  I dont want it on another VLAN.  I have never seen anything that should be so easy so difficult to track down.
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Question by:jzitnik
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by:JFrederick29
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Put it back to VLAN1 (the default assignment).

set vlan 1 4/11
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by:jzitnik
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I don't want it assigned to a VLAN at all.  It is now a trunking port, and if it has a vlan assignment, I get VLAN mismatch warnings on the other trunked side.
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If you put it back to 1, you shouldn't get the mismatch as the Native VLAN is probably 1 on the other side.
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by:Don Johnston
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What kind of trunking port? ISL or 802.1q?

set trunk 4/11 on dot1q

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set trunk 4/11 on isl


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