Difference between VLAN shutdown and suspend ?

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May 5th, 2009
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Can someone explain the difference beween

shutdown

and

state suspend

on a VLAN ?


Many thanks

Christian

Correct Answer by lamav about 8 years 1 month ago

Hi:


If you want to maintain VLAN state throughout your L2 network but prevent use, you would suspend the VLANS from your VTP server so that status can be propagated to the other switches. If you want to prevent individual switches (in client VTP mode) from using a given set of VLANS you would one by one configure the VLANS in shutdown status on each

switch desired.


HTH


Victor


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lamav Tue, 05/05/2009 - 04:50
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Hi:


If you want to maintain VLAN state throughout your L2 network but prevent use, you would suspend the VLANS from your VTP server so that status can be propagated to the other switches. If you want to prevent individual switches (in client VTP mode) from using a given set of VLANS you would one by one configure the VLANS in shutdown status on each

switch desired.


HTH


Victor


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