Hot!Fortiswitch 6.2 and CLI question

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2019/06/06 05:51:16 (permalink)
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Fortiswitch 6.2 and CLI question

How to edit multiple ports at once in CLI so e.g I can assign vlans to them?

Grep in CLI does not work like on fortigates? Is there any other way to filter output or logs?
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    mke
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    Re: Fortiswitch 6.2 and CLI question 2019/06/19 06:00:16 (permalink)
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    No one knows how to edit multiple ports in fortiswtich? I was trying to dig that info in the manual but it looks like this is not possible in standalone mode, manged by fortigate is buggy, when you select one or multiple, not always reacting which is frustrating. That is huge functionality problem.
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    Re: Fortiswitch 6.2 and CLI question 2019/09/06 13:10:23 (permalink)
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    Another feature that doesn't seem to exist yet.   You only seem to be able to do it through the GUI.
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    Re: Fortiswitch 6.2 and CLI question 2019/09/06 14:57:03 (permalink)
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    You do it in a batch script and execute the batch script or in api type or orchestration.
     
    Ken Felix

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