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Remove IP address on VLAN 1

I have a 6224P switch that I need to integrate with some HP switches. My existing setup uses VLAN 1 for the data network and VLAN 10 for the VOIP network. I've tried to remove ip address on VLAN 1 by entering the interface for this VLAN and issuing "no ip address 192.168.2.1 /24", but I just get an error that says the VLAN cannot be removed. Any suggestions?

 

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As far as I know, VLAN1 is the default vlan of all the ports of a 62xx switch, so the VLAN can't be removed. Is it possible to change the ip address ?
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I'm not trying to remove the VLAN. But I don't want it to have an IP. With the HP switches, I can remove the IP address. I don't understand why I'm not able to do the same with the Dell switch.
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Hi!

 

I think you tried:

   config

   interface vlan 1

   no ip address ....

 

Please try the following:

   config

   no ip address 192.168.2.1 255.255.255.0

 

Do NOT enter "interface vlan 1"!

 

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Thanks....I had tried that also. I just got the same error message. I finally gave in and created another VLAN and put my data network on that one.
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You cant specify an address when removing it in vlan 1. For example

Config# int vlan 1

Config# no ip address

That should work.

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This is only the right option.

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int vlan 1

no ip address

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Thank you, that helped me.

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made an account, just to thank you @ Daniel Justa

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