You can show the current interface configuration with a "show run interface 2". For your new interface 30 some parameters are configured at the interface level were others are not.
See the CLI reference guide for more details.
I would be able to copy what is displayed for port 2 and paste to port 30?
With everything being setup the ports will all pretty much be the same except for what is on them. Say I need to move an access point, phone, or computer to a different port. I want to see if I can copy port 1/2 and paste it to port 3/20 because port 1/2 is the config I need on port 3/20. Below are a couple run configs. The first one is for a port with a phone and computer, the second is for a port with an access point, and the third is for just a computer. Thank you, I appreciate your help with this!
interface 1/2tagged vlan 211untagged vlan 2exit
interface 3/4name "access point"tagged vlan 10,15,20,25untagged vlan 5exit
interface 1/2name "tests"untagged vlan 300exit
You can add some more best practice settings to a edge interface, like:
interface 1/2rate-limit bcast in percent 10rate-limit mcast in percent 10exit
spanning-tree 1/2 admin-edge-portspanning-tree 1/2 bpdu-protection
loop-protect 1/2loop-protect trap loop-detectedloop-protect disable-timer 300
The VLAN can be set in both ways in most firmware, like my setup is the classic way and like your setup is a new methode in the newer firmware. As you can see spanning-tree and loop-protection are set from the root level.
The command "show run interface 1/2" will show you all commands together for interface 1/2, also the commands that be set from the root level.
Hope this will help you!
I apologize I am just getting back to this. I just want to verify, if I have a server on a port or an access point on a port and I wanted to add another server or access point on another port. I can do a show config, copy the port configuration of the port running a server or access point already, open the new port I want to configure, and paste those lines onto the new port, to configure it the same way as the already configured port?
Thank you for your help!
Yes its similar as we discusses before.
In later firmware you can use the command "show run interface #/#" and can see exact settings thats configured on that interface.
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