SG500X - CLI command to disable "Administrative Auto Smartport"
I am looking for the CLI command I would use to disable Administrative Auto Smartport, which on the SG500X is found under SMARTPORT > PROPERTIES > radio button "disable"
I would want to do this across a range of ports, e.g. 1 - 48, so if someone could post the complete command, I would be grateful
I am used to using "int range" on a Catalyst switch, but this doesn't seem to work on the SG500X.
Appreciate I can log into the GUI and do it with a couple of clicks, but I have a copy/paste txt file I use in TELNET to set up my VLAN's, and would like to also be able to disable this feature using CLI as it's one less thing to worry about.
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