"A dynamic (nontrunking) port on the switch can belong to only one VLAN,
with a VLAN ID from 1 to 1005."
I believe what this is saying is that the port can only belong to 1 VLAN at any given time. It can be configured be in several different VLANs in the VMPS server but the port can only be actively switching packets for 1 VLAN at a time. This is referring to the situation where you may have a Hub hanging off of that port with multiple machines on the Hub. That 1 port will assign all of the machines hanging off the hub to the same VLAN.
I don't think the config you have posted will shut down the port. The machine will be assigned to VLAN 1 which is the default VLAN. If you want the switch to shutdown the port, you have to configure the VMPS server to run in secure mode.
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