I'm trying to get a hold of my new system and coming from a Cisco background it can be kind of difficult at times. This is especially true considering the differences in the way VLANs are handled between Extreme/Enterasys and Cisco. The following is from an Enterasys S4. I'm trying to piece together where exactly certain VLANs are used or not used and I've noticed an inconsistency. Using the show vlan command I get an output as such: VLAN : 27 Status : Enabled FID : 27 Name : 27net VLAN Type: Permanent Last Change: 2015-07-21 08:02:53 Egress Ports: lag.0.1;host.0.1 Forbidden Egress Ports: ge.2.38 Untagged Ports: None. [/code] Seems pretty useful. However, when compared to the show config vlan command, the egress I get for vlan 27 is as follows: set vlan egress 27 lag.0.1-2 tagged [/code] Notice, the egress ports are listed differently. Lag.0.2 does not show up in the sh vlan output, and host.0.1 does not show up in the show config vlan output. This is a fairly simple example, other vlans that span many ports have many more inconsistencies across physical port types (ge.x.x, fe.x.x, etc). Why is this? What information is correct? If the switch reboots will it reload the configuration, assigning different ports to vlans and break the network?