Remove ip from one Vlan and add it to another Vlan

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Hello, I’m new to the extreme SW..... I want to know what the commands are to remove an IP from a Vlan and add it to another Vlan. I understand that it has an extructure similar to this one:

confugure vlan delate “name_vlan” IP 10.10.10.10 add “name_vlan” IP 10.10.10.10 “name_vlan”
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If I remember correctly it is disable VLAN <VLAN_name> ipaddress
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Hi Bryan,
There are two articles that I think will help you here:

How To Remove VLAN IP Address on EXOS
How to configure an IP address on a VLAN

Make sure you aren't connected to the IP address you are about to remove (via telnet or SSH). If so, you'll need to write a script or connect via console to make this change.
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muchas gracias Drew ! 
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Ayuda ! cómo eliminar un vlan de un puerto para agregar otro vlan a ese puerto?
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David Rahn

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just to be clear you will need to identify what switchs you are working on.

I am an XOS ( x460,x440,x450 etc) guy


example in Xos is you have vlan red ( ip 10.0.0.1/24) and vlan blue

unconfigure vlan red ip address
configure vlan blue ip address 10.0.0.1/24



Dave
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What's the goal? You could change the name of the VLAN and I am pretty sure you can change the tag then you would not have to worry about port changes.

Configure VLAN "blue" tag 1110
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this is true, what the OPs goal is definatly needed.