i'm trying to figure out the physical vs. logical layout of a managment vlan. currently all of my switches are not trunked (some only use a single vlan to uplink to other switches). if i want to start using a managment vlan for all swithces, including those that are not trunked, am i correct in assuming i need another phyical connection between ports assigned to the managment vlan (with another cable) or just set up trunking that inlcudes the mgmt vlan?
i guess what i'm getting at here is if trunks are required between all switches when a mgmt vlan other that vlan1 is needed on those switches.
any practical advice on setting up a mgmt vlan is appreciated!