Unconfigure EAPS - Step by step

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Hi everybody,

I need delete all EAPS configuration, please confirm:

disable "Eaps_name_1"

unconfigure "Eaps_name_1" primary port

unconfigure "Eaps_name_1" secondary port

delete "Eaps_name_1"

that's right??

Thanks a lot!
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Posted 3 years ago

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Hi Oscar,

I believe you can just skip to delete the EAPS name but doing it this way wont hurt anything.
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it's necessary delete vlan port member?
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You should be able to delete the EAPS name and it will remove all other configuration. This can be verified by attempting that command and then running "show config eaps"
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Ok Patrick thanks a lot!
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Oscar,

Just make sure, before deleting EAPS, that the ring is open, or you'll generate a nice loop in your network!

If you are not sure of the cabling status, disable the secondary port in the Master switch (which is what the EAPS master normally does...)
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