1.) I have managed to get my L2 2950 and L3 3550 trunked and routing between vlans. I believe both switches are in vtp server mode, so what is this setup known as, I can only find vtp transparent mode and vtp server/client mode?
2.) Also what role does the Native vlan play in a trunk? I didn't use it, lots of examples use the native vlan 1.
3.) My next lab is to try vtp server/client mode, which seems pretty straight forward on paper are there any other types of trunks for the CCNA students to try?
2.) So by default the trunk port is in native vlan 1 as a vlan isn't assigned to it? If it is not tagged how can it be used on the trunk?
The native Vlan is often used as a 'fall-back' Vlan if the device attached to that port does not support trunk, for instance a workstation.
You often see in some VoIP implementations where a trunk configuration is required for the IP-Phone which is daisy-chained to a workstation. This port can also service a regular workstation and it will use its Native Vlan as the 'Access-Vlan' for that connection.
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