Re: Possible to extend a VLAN on a 3560 over to a 3550 switch?
Sure, you can do that easily, and several ways.
1. Just put the last remaining port on the 3560 in VLAN 6, in access mode, and plug the spare 3550 in to that port. The 3550 unconfigured will be entirely in VLAN 6.
2. Trunk the last port in the 3560 to the spare 3550, and then put all the remaining ports in VLAN 6 on the 3550 (if you don't use VTP, you will have to manually create VLAN 6 on the spare 3550, but putting any ports on the switch IN to VLAN 6 will create it for you.)
3. Use VTP on ALL of the switches, and connect the spare 3550 to the 3560 (trunk the link between them) and then VTP will propogate ALL the VLANS to all the switches, and you can put the spare 3550's ports in to VLAN 6 then.
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