- Bronze, 100 points or more
Hi every body.
long time ago, i asked a question about when we say a vlan is active. I remember it was Rick who answered, I found out a vlan is said to be active if port is assigned to it on the switch or switch has a trunk
I came up with some more questions ( yea after 7 months)
1) let say we have a switch, sw1 with vlan 1,2. with a trunk but no port is assigned to vlan2. If i remove vlan 2 from trunk, will vlan2 be considered active?
2) Let say sw1 receives a vtp prunning message as a result, sw1 decides to prune vlan 2 on the trunk , will vlan 2 be considered as active considering no port is assigned to vlan2?
3) let say we have a brand new switch with no coneectivity to network. i just configure vlan 2 but did not assign any port to it, will vlan2 be considered as active?
thanks and have a good day.