12-14-2015 10:38 AM
I'm running into an issue when I upgrade to 8030d it's putting the auth-defualt-vlan 1 into the configuration.
Currently I have only found 2 ways to fix this.
Change auth-default-vlan xxxx
enable dot1x then go into each of the interfaces and add back the commands
authentication auth-default-vlan xxxx
dot1x port-control auto
Pull down the startup-config file.
Make the changes and upload it back and reboot.
Problem with option 1 is we have some switches with a number of vlan configurations and it requires hitting each interface to put them back. Option 2 works ok but it's the reloading that can be a pain as these are production systems.
Is there some other option I haven't figured out how to use?
I would like to have it use my default vlan for the auth-default-vlan and not recreate a vlan 1.