Thanks I am aware of range commands but I am looking at 50-60 switches where ports 1-3 may get phones, port 4 is a trunk to an access point 6,7,8 get phones then I have an uplink, then another few phones before a couple server ports. Basically over the years the switches have become very fragmented.
What I was looking for and have never seen is a command that would take existing user vlan 306 and add a voice VLAN entry to it based on the original VLAN.
I am obviously making this up but..
switch(config)# int vlan 306
desc user vlan
ip address 10.1.1.0
Then have voice vlan 307 show up magically everywhere that I have vlan 306.
I really don't know that such a command exists. It would just save a few of us a lot of typing and potential mistakes.
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