configure fip snooping delete vlan

configure fip snooping delete [{vlan} vlan_name | all]

Description

This command deletes the FIP Snooping configuration record for the specified VLAN.

Syntax Description

delete Remove use of FIP Snooping from the VLAN.
vlan Optional VLAN keyword.

Default

N/A.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to delete the FIP Snooping configuration record for the specified VLAN. If all is specified, all FIP snooping configuration information is removed from the system after you confirm this request.

Warning: This command will remove all FIP Snooping configuration for all VLANs. Do you want to continue? (y/N) 

If FIP Snooping is enabled on an affected VLAN it is first disabled, which causes related ACL and FDB information to be removed from the system. Also removed are any virtual links, Enodes, and FCFs.

Note

Note

A VLAN cannot be deleted when FIP Snooping is configured. For example:
* BDX8.60 # delete vlan v1 Error: Failed to delete VLAN v1; 
FIP Snooping is configured on this VLAN. Configuration failed on backup MM, 
command execution aborted! 
* BDX8.61 # configure fip snooping delete vlan v1 
* BDX8.62 # delete vlan v1 * BDX8.63 #

Example

The following example enables FIP snooping on VLAN v3:
configure fip snooping delete vlan v3

History

This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 15.1.

Platform Availability

This command is available on the following platforms:

  • Summit X770