Switchport trunks on end devices/ switchport trunk native.
All, I have this config I inherited: To me, this config looks out of wack. These ports are end user ports for some machines we have on the shop floor. Their are no phone attached to the ports configured as below. I do plan on removing the qos, and srr-queue commands. My question is, what is the point of the switchport trunk commands? Are end user ports to be trunked?
Re: Switchport trunks on end devices/ switchport trunk native.
You can remove all trunk related commands if you are sure this ports if for end user host. Also change "switchport mode dynamic desirable" to "switchport mode access".
Sometimes even when servers are connected on switchport they understand dot1q tags and is the reason switchport may be configured for trunk but as you mentioned they are user ports you can simply remove trunk configuration.
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