I just started playing around with the dashboard feature. I created a new public one and then realized it had been created underneath the Medianet dashboard rather than under the root where I wanted it. But now I can't delete it. When I select it and then select Delete, I get the following error message:
You cannot delete this dashboard because you are currently accessing this dashboard
I found this discussion from February 2011 where someone had the same problem. It looks like it was answered by someone from TAC saying it was a known bug and supplying a link to another discussion. But the link goes to a discussion that has nothing to do with this problem
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how do we restrict a router interfaces from directly connected to Some vlans? can any one help me to figureout?the question is Router should not have interfaces directly connected to Vlan 30 and Vlan 40