Create or delete VLANs and/or Routes - effect to stack?

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TinyLittleAdmin
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Create or delete VLANs and/or Routes - effect to stack?

Dear Community,

 

may sound like a silly question. But I'm not sure what happens to my running meraki stack and all the connections on it, whenever I:

 

- delete an existing VLAN interface or create a new one

- delete an existing route or create a new one

 

And for sure - I know - if those interfaces and routes are still in use - it will have an effect 🙂 What I'm a bit afraid of: does changing routes/vlans in general mean i.e. all trunks go offline for a second?

 

Thanks in advance.

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PhilipDAth
Kind of a big deal

Obviously, if something is configured to use the L3 VLAN or L3 route it will be affected.

 

Otherwise, as @KarstenI says, there should be no impact.

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KarstenI
Kind of a big deal

Unless you are facing a really nasty bug, these are actions that don't cause any disruption.

PhilipDAth
Kind of a big deal

Obviously, if something is configured to use the L3 VLAN or L3 route it will be affected.

 

Otherwise, as @KarstenI says, there should be no impact.

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Thank you guys! Nice weekend 🙂

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