My office is running a dual nexus 5k core, with catalyst 4506 closet switches at the user level. Today, I applied the following commands on one of the 4506s:
no switchport trunk native vlan 64 no switchport trunk allowed vlan 64,68 no switchport block unicast no ip access-group ACL-ALLOW in no authentication event fail action next-method no authentication event server dead action authorize vlan 64 no authentication event server alive action reinitialize no authentication host-mode multi-auth no authentication order dot1x mab no authentication priority dot1x mab no authentication port-control auto no authentication periodic no authentication timer reauthenticate server no authentication violation restrict no mab no snmp trap mac-notification change added no snmp trap mac-notification change removed no dot1x pae authenticator no dot1x timeout quiet-period 300 no dot1x timeout tx-period 8
This resulted in the core losing all connection to several, "core" vlans that are not associated within the catalyst switches. After consoling into the core (due to the radius being no longer reachable), it appeared to take on only the vlans that were within the switch I applied the commands to. Given that the commands were only to user switchports, and they were only in reference to ise configuration, i believed them to be inoculate. Has anybody seen or experienced this before? If so, what was the problem?