I understand that there are three types of traffic in a switch enviroment:
-Control Traffic (i.e. CDP, VTP always use VLAN 1)
-Management Traffic (i.e. telnet, snmp -Vlan 100)
-End user traffic (all of the remaining traffic - i.e. Vlans 10, 20, 30)
I understand that I never mix end-user traffic with control and management traffic.
My question is about the native vlan.
I want to know if the Management Vlan must be the same Native Vlan in a switch enviroment.
Thanks in advanced.