Adding vlan to a vlan-group, is it an atomic operation?
I'm unable to find any documentation with regards to adding a vlan to vlan-group that has multiple vlans already and whether it would be an atomic operation, i.e. the new vlan is added on, rather than reconfigured with a new list of vlans.
Here is an example:
I have 3 vlans with ids 100, 200, 300. I have one vlan-group 51, where these 3 vlans are assigned. This one vlan-group is already assigned to the FWSM module.
# show firewall vlan-group
Group Created by vlans
----- ---------- -----
51 FWSM 100,200,300
# show firewall module
If I were to add another vlan (400) onto vlan-group 51 like so:
(config)# firewall vlan-group 51 100,200,300,400
Would this be an atomic operation?
I'm assuming it is, as it wouldn't make sense to not be an atomic operation on a continuously reconfigured switch. But I just wanted to check and see if there was any documentation stating this fact.
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