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Global vs interface command on switch

Hello, If I have a command globally which applies on all switch ports but then I want to configure one port with a different command not apply the global command on the switch. When i configure that port will it take effect the new command configure for that port and disregard the global command that was apply on all ports or the global command still take effect and interface command not take effect?
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Hello usually it is the case

Hello

 

usually it is the case but it depends on what command your referring too?

 

 

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Hi Paul, So you said is

Hi Paul,

 

So you said is usually the case but what are you referring to is it the global command that still take effect or interface command overrides it.  Also what are some commands that it depends on.

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Some of the most common

Some of the most common commands that are used on a per-interface level (which overrides the global commands) are:  

 

1.  STP; 

2.  UDLD; 

3.  PoE control; 

4.  Auto Switch Port macro (ASP)

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