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Switch VLAN Tags on Switchports

Connect into the Cisco switch:

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 Login:

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Ensure no other users are logged in:

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If more than one user is logged in, ensure the other user(s) log out prior to making any changes.

Show running config:

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Scroll down to the switchport needing changed. When –More– shows, press the spacebar to view more of the configuration:

Once the switchport is in view, press the Esc key to end scrolling the config:

Enter configuration terminal mode:

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Using the cursor, highlight the switchport needing changed by left clicking in front of the line and scrolling right until you highlight the switchport number:

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Right click and the highlighted text will copy and paste into your config line:

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Press Enter and that allows that particular switchport interface to be edited:

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Using the cursor, highlight the switchport access vlan needing changed by left clicking in front of the line and scrolling right until you highlight the vlan number:

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Right click and the highlighted text will copy and paste into your config line:

Press the Delete key to remove the current vlan number and enter the new vlan you wish to assign to the switchport:

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Continue making additional switchport changes by using your up arrow key to display the switchport line from the history and change the switchport number to your desired switchport number. Once the change has been made, press Enter and use the same feature to change the vlan tag as well.

Exit the terminal and configuration mode by entering ‘exit and press Enter’ twice:

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Save running config to startup config:

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