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EXOS 16.1.1 supports VLAN IDs (VID)s

  • 12 May 2016
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Userlevel 5
Did you know ...
In EXOS 16.1.1, over 50 VLAN commands were enhanced to support VID lists/ranges to simplify configuration.

E.g. create vlan 10-20
Creates VLANs with the VIDs 10,11,12 etc...
EXOS still uses VLAN names internally so the VLAN names are created for you as VLAN_0010, VLAN_0011 etc ...

The list of commands below were all enhanced to accept which is the numeric VID form for VLANs.

A can be comma or dash separated numbers:

E.g.: 2,3,5-35 (VID 2,3 and all VIDs in the range of 5-35)

Here's the list of CLI commands that were enhanced.

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clear l2stats vlan
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configure ip-mtu vlan
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configure policy maptable [response [tunnel | policy | both] | ]
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configure policy profile {name } {pvid } {pvid-status } {cos } {cos-status } {egress-vlans } {forbidden-vlans } {untagged-vlans } {append | clear} {tci-overwrite } {precedence } {mirror-destination } {clear-mirror | prohibit-mirror | syslog } {trap } {disable-port } {fst } {web-redirect }
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configure ports [ | all] monitor vlan {rx-only | tx-only}
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configure ports {tagged} vlan [limit-learning { action [blackhole | stop-learning]} | unlimited-learning]
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configure ports {tagged} vlan [lock-learning | unlock-learning]
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configure {stpd} add vlan ports [all | ] {dot1d | emistp | pvst-plus}
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configure {stpd} delete vlan ports [all | ]
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configure vlan [ | ] add ports [all | ] {tagged | untagged} {stpd} {dot1d | emistp | pvst-plus}
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configure vlan [ | ] add ports [ | all] {tagged | untagged | private-vlan translated }
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configure vlan [ | ] delete ports [ | all]
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configure vlan [ | ] protocol {filter}
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configure vlan [ | ] {qosprofile} [ | none]
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configure vman [ | ] delete ports [ | all]
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configure vman [ | ] ports [ | all] delete cvid { - }
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configure vman [ | ] protocol {filter}
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configure vman [ | ] {qosprofile} [ | none]
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create vlan {vr } {description }
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create vman {vr } {description }
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delete vlan
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delete vman
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disable {stpd} auto-bind vlan
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[enable | disable] iparp gratuitous protect vlan
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[enable | disable] ipforwarding {ipv4} vlan
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[enable | disable] ipforwarding ipv6 vlan
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[enable | disable] learning [ vlan | vman ]
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[enable | disable] learning [ vlan | vman ]
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[enable | disable] loopback-mode vlan
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[enable | disable] vlan
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enable {stpd} auto-bind vlan
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show fdb stats vlan
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show fdb vlan {netlogin  [all | mac-based-vlans]}
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show iparp security vlan
code:
show iparp stats vlan
code:
show iparp vlan
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show ip dad vlan {tentative | valid | duplicate}
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show ip-security arp learning vlan
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show ip-security arp validation violations vlan ports [|all]
code:
show ip-security arp validation vlan
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show ip-security dhcp-snooping entries vlan
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show ip-security dhcp-snooping information-option circuit-id vlan-information vlan
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show ip-security dhcp-snooping violations vlan
code:
show ip-security dhcp-snooping vlan
code:
show ipv6 dad vlan {tentative | valid | duplicate} {detail}
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show l2stats vlan
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show neighbor-discovery {cache {ipv6}} vlan
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show netlogin authentication [service-unavailable | failure] vlan
code:
show netlogin guest-vlan
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show netlogin {port } vlan
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show netlogin {port } vlan dot1x detail
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show policy maptable { }
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show vlan security
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show vlan statistics
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show vlan stpd {blocked-ports}
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show [vlan | vman ] {ipv4 | ipv6}
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show [vlan | vman ] {ipv4 | ipv6}
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show vrrp vlan {stats}
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unconfigure policy maptable [ response | ]
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unconfigure ports [ | all] monitor vlan
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unconfigure vlan ipaddress
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unconfigure vman ipaddress

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Userlevel 4
It's cool. Thanks!
Userlevel 5
Awesome work, thanks Dave!

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