Hello, I have a few questions regarding CDP.
Is it common practice to disable CDP on access ports?
I am seeing CDP entries in Wireshark for the network I am connected to (Cisco_0a:ff:96 CDP/VTP/DTP/PAgP/UDLD). When I drill down into the packet, specifically under the "Cisco Discovery Protocol" field, I see that the Native VLAN is incorrect. The native VLAN for the subnet I am on, should be 50, but Wireshark shows the Native VLAN as 29, which is the subnet I am attached to.
The trunk port of the switch I am connected to has the "switchport trunk native vlan 50" command.
Any idea what would cause this behavior?