native vlan

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May 4th, 2010
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One  request regarding 802.1q native vlan............



.Suppose we have two switches A and B with native VLAN ID configured to 100 on both switches and we have few users connected to VLAN 1 and few users connected to VLAN 10 on a switch A with trunk link connected to another switch B.


  If a user from VLAN 10 in switch A sends data to a member in same VLAN 10 in switch B, then trunk adds a VLAN ID tag to the frame sent from switch A to B, then switch will identify respective VLAN and forwards accordingly.


If a user from VLAN 1 in switch A wants to send data to a user in VLAN 1 in switch B  --- is traffic sent as VLAN 1 traffic by attaching vlan id tag and not as native vlan traffic or vlan 1 traffic is considered as native vlan traffic (native vlan is set as 100) that is untagged traffic.


  if vlan 1 traffic is considered as native vlan traffic then will it add native vlan ID of 100 to vlan 1 traffic?


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Jon Marshall Tue, 05/04/2010 - 10:24
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Just answered this question in your other thread -


Management vlan


Jon

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