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Hi there,
I have on my network switches 2510G-24 that shoud support 64 vlans.
When I tried to add the vlan 9, I get  Maximum number of VLANs (8) has already been reached
Please help me
thanks,
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Simlipmber of VLANs (8) has already been
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Changing the Number of VLANs Allowed on the Switch.
By default, the switch allows a maximum of 8 VLANs. You can specify any value from 1 to the upper limit for the switch. If GVRP is enabled, this setting includes any dynamic VLANs on the switch. As part of implementing a new value, you mus texecute a write memory command (to save the new value to the startup-config file) and then reboot the switch.


ProCurve (config)#  max-vlans 16
ProCurve (config)#  write memory
ProCurve (config)#  boot
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