Important 'default VLAN' command, for Foundry (Brocade) RX and MLX BigIron L3 (routers & switches)

no untag
'no untag' is applied to _all_ ports under the default VLAN. Otherwise the default VLAN runs untagged over all physical ports. Pretty good idea to 'prune' your VLANs and define which ones pass over and across trunks that carry the default VLAN traffic.
Sample Output
Default-VLAN-2929#no untag eth 1/1

-3
By: rootgeek
2010-03-26 02:45:32

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