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switchport autosate exclude

mahesh18
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                   Hi eveyone,

I config the int vlan 2

then vlan 2 - layer 2

after that i put gi interface under vlan 2

also i run the command

switchport autostate exclude

when i did that then vlan int went from up up to ----up down.

Need to know why the vlan int went to up down status?

Thanks

MAhesh

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ogamanya
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Beginner

For your SVI to go up, at least one interface that is cofigured for the Vlan to be up. In your case i assume you only had one interface say Gi1/0/1 in vlan 2, the command you ran tells the switch to exclude G1/0/1 from determining the state of SVI 2.

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ogamanya
Beginner
Beginner

For your SVI to go up, at least one interface that is cofigured for the Vlan to be up. In your case i assume you only had one interface say Gi1/0/1 in vlan 2, the command you ran tells the switch to exclude G1/0/1 from determining the state of SVI 2.

mahesh18
Frequent Contributor
Frequent Contributor

Hi Ona,

Yes we have only 1  port in vlan .

I put another interface in that vlan and port was up up.

After few secs vlan 2 also  changed from up down to up up.

Thanks

MAhesh

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