Entrasys CLI Cliff Notes - VLANs

Show current configuration (Cisco "show running-config" equivalent):

B5(su)->show config

Creating VLANs:
B5(su)->set vlan create 278

VLAN membership is done with "set" and "clear" global commands.

For example if I want to add VLAN 278 as tagged on ge.1.1:
B5(su)->set vlan egress 278 ge.1.1 tagged

And if I want to do the same to ports 2-48...:
B5(su)->set vlan egress 278 ge.1.2-48 tagged

Removing VLAN 278 tagged from port 3:
B5(su)->clear vlan egress 278 ge.1.3 tagged

If you need to set the PVID for a port:
B5(su)->set port vlan ge.1.2 500

Setting an IP address on the VLAN:
B5(su)->router
B5(su)->router>enable
B5(su)->router#configure terminal
B5(su)->router(Config)#interface vlan 20
B5(su)->router(Config-if(Vlan 278))#ip address 192.168.0.1 255.255.255.0
B5(su)->router(Config-if(Vlan 275))#no shutdown
B5(su)->router(Config-if(Vlan 275))#exit
B5(su)->router(Config)#exit
B5(su)->router#exit
B5(su)->router>exit
B5(su)->


The "router" prompt has commands very similar to Cisco IOS.

Saving the running configuration:
B5(su)->save config
Saving Configuration to stacking members
Configuration saved
B5(su)->

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