Will "no int vlanXX" effect the L2 topology?

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Sep 15th, 2010
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I have what is probably a very simple question, I just want to make sure this is going to work they way I think it is. 


I have a 6509 with dual MSFC2s doing intervlan routing. I want to remove one of my routing interfaces from the MSFC and let our firewall take over the default gatway address for that network.


My question is:  If i do a "no interface vlanXX" on both MSFC will that effect the L2 vlan configuration on that 6509 in any way?  I just need to verify that this command with remove ONLY the L3 svi and leave the switchports in the proper VLAN.

Correct Answer by Peter Paluch about 6 years 8 months ago

Tom,


You are correct. Removing the SVI using the command no interface vlan X removes only the SVI but it has no effect on the existence and/or operation of the VLAN itself.


Best regards,

Peter

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Peter Paluch Wed, 09/15/2010 - 08:57
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Tom,


You are correct. Removing the SVI using the command no interface vlan X removes only the SVI but it has no effect on the existence and/or operation of the VLAN itself.


Best regards,

Peter

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