The CLI is not officially supported on this platform. We do have a lot of people who use it, however I would not want to see anyone have a production system that is not supported. For now I would suggest to stick with what is available via the gui.
Are you running vlan ids of 4094? It sounds like you are ...
The behavior in the gui is the supported behavior, however it appears that we are cutting you short of 2 vlans by only going up to 4092. I will inquire internally, and see if the admin guide or gui should be cleaned up to make this more clear.
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