I have two switches with following config.
switch A = vlan 1 ( Deafult, Active) , vlan 13 (native, Active) , Interface vlan 13 = 10.11.11.11 / 24
switch B = vlan 1 ( Deafult, Active) , vlan 13 (native, Active) , Interface vlan 13 = 10.11.11.12 / 24
Trunk is b/w these switches with native vlan 13 and Allowd all vlans.both switches vlan 13 IPs can ping eachother with this config.
here is my qs.
i have config vlan 13 as native, but assigned vlan 1 as native on trunk. Now which vlan will be native on the trunk ?
i am a bit confused abut the usage of native vlans on two switches which sit in a enterprise network.
one more thing. let assume we have three siwtches, A, B, and C. I have vlan 100 on switch A and switch C and no vlan 100 on switch C. can i b able to reach till switch c by using vlan 100 ?? or there will be a need of creating vlan 100 on the middle / passing by switch i.e switch B.