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Use CPPM to modify port configuration

Is there a way to modify a port that is being authenticated on from a switch port to a trunk port. 


Can you send a COA or command through SNMP or SSH to modify the port based on the authenticator?


I have a wireless AP that is taken to other places and plugged in.  It will authenticate using 802.1x without issue, but since the port is a switch port, the AP will not be able to use all of the vlans configured on it.  If I could change it to be a trunk port then it would work as designed.  Its not a problem for the ports that are mounted in places, just the ones that move around. 

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Re: Use CPPM to modify port configuration

What kind of switch?

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Re: Use CPPM to modify port configuration

Cisco switch, different models from 3850 to 2960.

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