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Native vlan

Hi,

Could anyone please help me about Native Vlan.
I am confusing. I am beginner.

Native Vlan its mean that, I got switch1 switch2 switch3 and i added vlan to it all.
Then I will configure the Native Vlan on one of the switch, so later i can telnet to manage my switch later on, right? 

Thank you very much.

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No, a native VLAN is the term for an untagged L2 packet on a L2 trunk.  Basically, for an untagged trunk frame, what to assume the VLAN is for that frame.

By default, Cisco switches assume VLAN 1 for untagged frames, but this can be changed.

Telnet access just requires the switch's management IP to be on a VLAN/subnet that can be reached by other hosts.  It could be on any VLAN.

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