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Change VLAN number Cisco 6500

Posted on 2008-10-27
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Hi there!

I'm managing a Cisco 6500 core with tons of VLANs, and I need to assign a different number for each of them.

Resuming, I need, like, Vlan 5 to be Vlan 80, without losing configuration or without rebuilding the Vlan. Is it possible? If not, what would be the best option for like 100+ Vlans?
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ampranti earned 125 total points
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I am afraid you cant do that :(  You have to update one by one all vlans!

You can distribute vlans through vtp but remember that you have to update/change all ports vlans one by one...

Ofcourse some "search and replace" text editor will help ;)
 
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Thanks for the tip! I'll just get to type everything again ;/ hehehe
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