Network OS Administration Guide

Supporting Network OS 6.0.1a

Part Number: 53-1003768-04

Removing a zone from a zone configuration

  1. In privileged EXEC mode, enter the configure terminal command to enter global configuration mode.
  2. Enter the zoning defined-configuration cfg command and enter the name of the configuration from which you want to remove a zone.

    The command prompt changes to indicate a subconfiguration mode.

  3. Enter the no member-zone subconfiguration mode command and specify the name of the zone you want to remove from the configuration.

    You can remove only one member at a time. To remove more than one member, you must issue the no member-zone command for each member you want to remove.

  4. Enter the exit command to return to global configuration mode.
  5. Enter the zoning enabled-configuration cfg-action cfg-save command to save the modified configuration to nonvolatile memory.
    NOTE
    The parent configuration is removed when the last child object is removed, irrespective of the save operation.

    Example of removing two zones from config1:

    switch# configure terminal
    Entering configuration mode terminal
    switch(config)# zoning defined-configuration cfg config1
    switch(config-cfg-config1)# no member-zone zone2
    switch(config-cfg-config1)# no member-zone zone3
    switch(config-cfg-config1)# exit
    switch(config)# zoning enabled-configuration cfg-action cfg-save