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Any effect if migrate Spanning tree Protocol to normal Vlan???

Hi Experts,

I got 5 switches and cuurently running spanning tree. But, I want to change them into single Vlan 500. Just wonder, is there any issue??

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Re: Any effect if migrate Spanning tree Protocol to normal Vlan?

Affendi

I do not believe that we have enough information to be able to really give you a good answer to your question. You mention 5 switches but do not tell us anything about them. How are they connected? Is it through access ports or through trunk ports? Are the switches on a common VLAN or does each switch have its own VLAN? If we knew these things we would be in better position to give you an answer.

HTH

Rick

Re: Any effect if migrate Spanning tree Protocol to normal Vlan?

Hi,

What you are planning to do is to migrate VTP Server/Client Mode to VTP Transparent mode.

You should cater for a downtime no matter what, a good engineer always expect the unexpected. Other than a possible downtime, I don't foresee any issue.

Check this link http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/t54360-migration-from-vtpclient-server-to-transparent-mode.html

[EDIT] Rick made a good points specially on how the switches are connected.

Regards,

Dandy

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