Delete VLAN MX

nst1
Building a reputation

Delete VLAN MX

 

 

I'm trying to delete a segment configured in the MX

 

Security and SD-WAN> Configure> Addressing and VLAN

 

But when selecting it, it shows me the following message

 

There were errors when saving this configuration: The IP address range 10.10.170.0/24 does not apply to any local subnet or configured VPN.

 

Where else should I save it?

This segment is no longer used in any configuration

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NolanHerring
Kind of a big deal

Re: Delete VLAN MX

Check your firewall or DHCP settings to see if it might still exist somewhere
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nikiwaibel
Getting noticed

Re: Delete VLAN MX

"when selecting it"? as in, as soon as you checkmark it?

 

Selection_999(1253).png

 

you have to checkmark the subnet, then press the 'Delete' button. another popup will ask, if you're sure.

nst1
Building a reputation

Re: Delete VLAN MX

ready, look carefully and I found it even had it in Site toSite VPN

MarcP
Head in the Cloud

Re: Delete VLAN MX

DHCP or Firewall, mostly it is still in there and you need to delete it in there first 😉

Tony_Ang
Getting noticed

Re: Delete VLAN MX

Hi @nst1 

 

Check below and remove the subnet that you want to delete before deleting the VLAN

1) Security & SD-WAN > Firewall
2) Security & SD-WAN > Site-to-site VPN > Turn off first

3) Security & SD-WAN > SD-WAN & traffic shaping > make sure the internet flow or anything that is configured relate to the subnet/vlan that you want to delete, if it's there, remove it too

MarcP
Head in the Cloud

Re: Delete VLAN MX

@nst1any solution?

cdavies1525
Conversationalist

Re: Delete VLAN MX

I had the same issue and noticed that I had references to the subnet I wanted deleted still inside the configuration for Site to Site VPN tunnel ACLs and Syslog server. Once removed the subnet deleted without a problem.

Reggie007
New here

Re: Delete VLAN MX

Thank you, have had multiple cases opened with Meraki and could not get this fixed, your post did the trick.

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