V2110 - Unrecognized Command

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When trying to configure a V2110 at the below step in the initial configuration section i type

5 Enter the IP address for the appliance to the admin interface with the appliance
command:

EWC.enterasys.com:topology:Admin:l3# appliance address of appliance>

I get unrecognized command. Does anyoneone know why? I am using the 9.12.01.0067-1 as it's the only one that installed without an error.
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Doug Hyde, Technical Support Manager

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No issues that we know of. I've setup a few C35's without any problems via that wizard menu. Another alternative would be to follow this KB article...

https://gtacknowledge.extremenetworks.com/articles/How_To/How-to-setup-V2110-physical-management-int...

Admin= Out of Band Management, no AP Registration.
ESA= Physical  Port for Management and AP Registration 
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It still complains about this bit

create "Management" physical 1 port esa0 untag 10.26.0.166/20

What should it be for a virtual c2110. a show l2ports has

esa0/esa1/admin

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Could you attach a screenshot of the CLI commands that you use and the error message that you get...
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Here a example to configure the IP 10.12.0.2/24 on the ESA0 port with untag VLAN 100 AND enable mgmt traffic = GUI access....


V2110# topology

V2110:topology# create "ESA0" physical 100 port esa0 untag 10.12.0.2/24

V2110:topology# ESA0

V2110:topology:ESA0# l3

V2110:topology:ESA0:l3# mgmt enable

V2110:topology:ESA0:l3# apply


-Ron

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Gareth Mitchell, Extreme Escalation Support Engineer

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Could you try it with a vlan other than 1, as Ron suggested, vlan 1 is an internal vlan?



Or you can change the internal vlan id
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Thanks guys for the replies. Ron's solution worked. My version of V-controller was very old.