There seems to be a problem with some switches that it doesn't allow us to change the untagged VLAN in the smartport macro.
This causes a problem: if we change it manually when we apply the smartport it works fine but if the switch reboots the smartport is reapplied with the VLAN set in the macro, this puts the port onto the worng VLAN which is not good.
This is actually a currently known issue. When you try to update the native VLAN on a smartport macro it looks like it has taken effect, but never really gets updated. I have confirmed the same issue on a device here in the lab.
Give us a call at 1.866.606.1866 and we can create a support case for you and try to get that issue resovled.
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Senior Network Support Engineer - Cisco Small Business Support Center
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