Thanks - I actually saw that response. Unfortunately my knowledge of this is just about nothing and am under a very tight deadline....I cannot seem to figure out how to add that logic in to change the port. It would be nice to ensure it isn't a trunk too but that may be a luxury.
What would be the condition that the port changes the access vlan? When the script changes the vlan on the port what vlan should it assign? Would there be a reason that the script would not change the vlan (other than the port being a 802.1q trunk)?
The condition would be on a list of specific IP addresses. I have a list of IPs that need to be changed to a different VLAN, in which case we can reboot the machines and they will get a new DHCP IP. The vlan is going to be vlan 174 that it needs to be changed to. There is no other reason other than a trunk that it shouldnt be changed.
Thanks again for the help - very very much apprecaited!
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