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Different output between show running-config vs. show running-config interface vlanXX

Domz
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Hello,

 

Can anyone shed some light in the difference of show output command? My client thinks it is a Cisco bug. But I told him it is a default configuration when you create a L3 interface.

 

He stated like this as below:

switch shows strange behavior on displaying config when listing only displaying the running config from VLAN94, the line "no ip route-cache" is present:

Switch#sh run int vlan94
Building configuration...

Current configuration : 110 bytes
!
interface Vlan94
description MGMT_VL94
ip address 172.21.94.225 255.255.255.0
no ip route-cache
end
--------------------------------------

but when listing the whole running config the config line is missing:

-------------------------------------------------------
Switch#sh run
Building configuration...

Current configuration : 139889 bytes
!
......<omitted>
!
interface Vlan94
description MGMT_VL94
ip address 172.21.94.225 255.255.255.0
!

Can anyone who knows something about this provide an explanation? Appreciate the response.

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Leo Laohoo
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What firmware is the switch running on?

Version 16.12.3a

balaji.bandi
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i do not see that behaviour, ( iam running near by version 16.12.2)

 

can you post show version,  can you check by issueing wr command ?

 

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Its not accessible now. They may have powered off the switch. What do you need from the show version output aside from the IOS-XE version?

marce1000
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 - Defaulted settings may be omitted from show run,

 M.

'show running-config all' output command also doesn't show it.

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