vnet-port-remove

This command is used to remove a port from an existing virtual network (VNET).

Syntax   vnet-port-remove vnet-name name-string [switch switch-name] ports port-list 

vnet-name name-string

Specify the name of the VNET.

switch switch-name

Specify the switch name.

ports port-list

Specify the ports to add to the VNET.

Defaults   None.

Access   CLI

History   Command introduced in nvOS Version 1.2.1.

Usage   A fabric, cluster, or standalone switch can be virtualized into tenant networks called virtual networks (VNETs). This command removes a port from a VNET.

Examples  To remove port 26 from switch, aquila24, and VNET, v-network, use the following command:

CLI network-admin@switch > vnet-port-remove vnet-name v-network switch aquila24 ports 26

See Also   

vnet-create

vnet-delete

vnet-modify

vnet-show

vnet-manager-interface-add

vnet-manager-interface-modify

vnet-manager-interface-remove

vnet-manager-migrate

vnet-manager-modify

vnet-manager-service-modify

vnet-manager-service-show

vnet-port-add

vnet-service-show