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Cisco CBS250-8T-D VLANS

Mork1978
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I'm currently trying to configure the above switch at home for testing/lab purposes and am stuck at the moment. Can someone please tell me how to delete both VLAN 100's from my switch? I did a little research and found that there's a vlan.dat file on some switches, and deleting that file usually resolves the issue. However, I don't believe that my switch has that file. Can someone please point me in the right direction, or am I better performing a factory reset and starting from scratch? I've included a screenshot for reference. Thanks!

 

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KJK99
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@Mork1978 

The screenshot you showed looks like the output of the show ip interface command. To see VLANs run the show vlan command. You do not have two VLANs 100. You have one VLAN 100 with two IP interfaces. If you want to delete that VLAN, you need to delete its IP interfaces first. The easiest way to do it is to use the switch's WebUI. Playing with the vlan.dat file sounds like a recipe for disaster to me.

Kris K
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