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[CISCO] Automatically change VLANs for ports assigned to VLAN 1

Posted on 2014-11-05
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Is it possible to run a command on a Cisco switch to automatically change the VLANS from all interfaces currently on the default VLAN 1 to a different VLAN without going through each one and doing it manually?

We have a lot of switches and would like to do this as quickly as possible. Doing manually would take too long to complete.

Thanks!

Matt
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You would have to modify the configuration of each switch, either manually or by using a configuration management tool.  I would suggest using the interface range command as opposed to modifying each port individually.  You can also pre-type the commands into notepad, and then paste them into each switch.
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