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Switch VLAN 'management' command no longer supported?

Hi

Does anyone know why the Management command no longers exists or what it's been replaced with? The vast majority of our switches (mainly 2900XL & 2950) are running 12.0(5)WC7 and I've been using the management command to change the management VLAN.

I tried to make the same change on a 2950 running 12.1(13) and the management command is no longer supported.

The problem I now face is changing the IP address and VLAN of the switch, you can only have a single VLAN active at any one time so the active VLAN has to be shutdown before the new VLAN can be enabled other than consoling into the switch how else can I change the IP without getting locked out?

Thanks

Steve

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Re: Switch VLAN 'management' command no longer supported?

The management keyword is not supported on the 2950's anymore. You'll need to shutdown all other VLAN interfaces other than your management. You should be able to get telnet back to the new IP address after you loose connectivity when you shut down the old management interface.

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Re: Switch VLAN 'management' command no longer supported?

The management keyword is not supported on the 2950's anymore. You'll need to shutdown all other VLAN interfaces other than your management. You should be able to get telnet back to the new IP address after you loose connectivity when you shut down the old management interface.

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Re: Switch VLAN 'management' command no longer supported?

That did the trick, in fact all I did was configure the new VLAN with an IP address then did a noshut.

Thanks

Steve

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