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clearing root guard on an Interface in CatOS

Posted on 2009-04-14
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Hi,

I'm struggling with removing a command from one of our switches that is running CatOS.

One of the engineers has issued 'set spantree guard root 2/22' on one of our edge switches.

this command isn't needed on that port and I need to remove it but currently I can't find out how.

I have tried 'clear spantree guard root 2/22' but the command isn't known by the switch.

I think the switch is running CatOS: 8.3(2)

Thanks in advance.

Cheers

Mark

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Use this:

set spantree guard none 2/22
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I have now manage to resolve this issue.

In my case I needed to issue 'set spantree guard default 2/22'

Mark.
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