configure eaps delete protected vlan
Deletes the specified protected VLAN from the specified EAPS domain.
|name||Specifies the name of an EAPS domain.|
|vlan_name||Specifies the name of the protected VLAN.|
To prevent loops in the network, you must delete the ring ports (the primary and the secondary ports) from the protected VLAN before deleting the protected VLAN from the EAPS domain. Failure to do so can cause a loop in the network.
- Enter y delete the VLAN from the specified EAPS domain.
- Enter n or press [Return] to cancel this action.
If you have considerable knowledge and experience with EAPS, you might find the EAPS loop protection warning messages unnecessary. For more information, see the configure eaps config-warnings off command.
Useful show Commands
- show vlan—This command displays summary information for all of the VLANs on the device. If the VLAN is a protected VLAN, the P flag appears in the flag column. To see more detailed information about the protected VLAN, use the following command: show vlanvlan_name .
- show eaps—This command displays summary EAPS domain information, including the name of the domain and the primary and secondary ports. To see more detailed information, including the name of the protected VLAN and the primary and secondary ports, use the show eapseapsDomain command.
- show vlan eaps—This command displays whether the VLAN is a control or partner VLAN for an EAPS domain. This command also displays if the VLAN is not a member of any EAPS domain.
The following example deletes the protected VLAN orchid from the EAPS domain eaps_1:
configure eapseaps_1delete protected vlan orchid
The switch displays the following warning message and prompts you to confirm this action:
WARNING: Make sure EAPS ring-ports are deleted from the VLAN first. Otherwise deleting the VLAN from the EAPS domain could cause a loop in the network! Are you sure you want to remove the VLAN before deleting EAPS ring-ports.? (y/n)
Enter y to delete the VLAN from the specified EAPS domain. Enter n to cancel this action.
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 11.0.
The interactive messages were added in ExtremeXOS 11.4.
This command is available on ExtremeSwitching X435, X440-G2, X450-G2, X460-G2, X465, X590, X620, and X695 series switches.