I have inherited the management of two Nexus 5548's. I am required to prune the management vlan from any vlan trunk links belonging to the managed network's infrastructure. I know these do not support VTP Pruning. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
I do see that the VLAN is being allowed on those ports. I can remove the Managment VLAN and see how that effects the configuration. Hopefully this will get approved as a way of "Pruning". I appreciate you inputs.
It should be approved because it is more secure than simply pruning ie. if you only pruned and then a port was allocated into the vlan on another switch the vlan would be allowed across the trunk link.
If you don't allow the vlan on the trunk link it doesn't matter if a port is accidentally allocated into that vlan, traffic still won't go across the trunk link.
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