Anyone know why this happens? I'm trying to enter a static arp entry and assign it to a specific vlan, for example:
arp 192.168.200.1 aaaa.bbbb.cccc arpa vlan 15
% Invalid input detected at '^' marker
When this is entered it errors out and marks the word vlan like it is invalid, though it is a valid option when inching forward using the ? help character. I tried multiple iterations and the only other response I get is if I enter vlan 1. To that the router responds with:
Bad ARP command - Interface may only be specified when bridging IP
Is one to assume that the vlan need not be specified? I opted to enter the vlan only for uniformity, but then when it behaved strangely I became curious. I wonder in what scenario adding the vlan to an arp entry would be valid and acceptable.
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