When we disable SmartPort on an SG 300 Switch we notice that under Smartport -> Interface Settings... it still shows all ports with 'Smartport Application' setting as Auto Smartport on all ports. We were assuming it set every port to disabled??
So are question is this: When you disable Smartport under Smartport -> Properties, do you still have to go in and disable it individually on each port??? Or is it really disabled and just shows 'Auto Smartport' for each port??? Or do we really have to disable on the switch and then go disable for each port?
I couldn't help but notice you said it "should" not require disabling each port. Do you (or Cisco if you are listening) know for sure if the global setting disables it for all ports? Sorry to be picky but this caused a big issue for us so we want to be certain. :-)
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