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Switch 2950 Maximum Vlans supported Locally

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Hi



i have a VTP server with 65 Vlans and various 2950 acting like Vtp clients, but i want to know what could happen when i reach the 2950 limits of locally vlans supported(68).


and I want to which could be a solution to support all the vlans, due that although i clear the switch trunks, the vtp is independent,and for example if i clear the vlan 10 for the Switch trunk it's appear on the vtp database.



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hortons Tue, 04/06/2004 - 11:38
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Are you using a 2950 as your VTP Server? I think what Cisco means by max vlans locally.. as meaning you can only have local ports on 68 vlans. IE.. My VTP server is a 3550. I have like 200 vlans and i have 2900s in the same VTP domain. If i do a sho vlan brief (on a 2900) i see all the vlans in my domain but each 2900 has a port on like 10-15 vlans max. Am i making sense?

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