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VLANs on a 4006

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May 8th, 2003
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I set up a port on a 4006 as a vlan and expected to have to config the trunk ports as well but this seems to have been done automatically.


Is this always the case on higher level switches?


Also i only want this vlan traffic on 2 out 3 trunk ports so should use vtp pruning to stop traffic out the 3rd port


again,


thanks in anticipation

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Prashanth Krishnappa Thu, 05/08/2003 - 06:58
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By default the trunk mode on our switches such as 4k and 6k is "auto". If the other end is set to trunk, the port will negotiate to be a trunk


To clear of VLANs on a trunk, you could either use VTP pruning or manually clear the VLANs off the trunk

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