Granted, however if a port defaults to "Trunk Desirable", shouldn't you not be able to change VLAN on that port through either CLI or Cluster Management unless you change the Admin mode on that port to Static first?
IMHO, you SHOULD be able to change VLAN on the port through either CLI or Cluster Management any time. Assigning port to a VLAN defines which VLAN the port belongs to in the case it doesn't trunk for any reason. My opinion is it has nothing to do with the fact the port is trunk desirable, auto, etc. You should still have the possibility to define the VLAN.
I consider the CMS behaivour not to be a feature, but a bug.
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