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mpo

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Hi there,

I don't understand how I ended up in this state, but it is pretty annoying.
I was planning to reconfigure the vlan settings on one of my ports, but I'm running in circles: there are no "unaplied" changes to my knowledge (and the "apply" button is even disabled)

but if I try to "add-remove vlans" on one of my interfaces it insists I should apply my current changes first...

Does anyone have a clue how I can get past this deadlock state?


-marc=

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mpo

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In the mean time I've checked from a different browser session: and all is well there, obviously some cookie or local storage state that is not cleaning up.

Would be nice of there is some documented way to clear that state again.

-marc=
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