The 2 switches in different locations now can we create trunk in between these, if yes how can you tell what are the commands to create trunk between 2 switches, it may be simple to you but I am new to this things. Plz. kindly give clear information.
Well it is quite simple. Let's assume that you have a 100/fdx port on both switches. Let's assume that the ports are 0/1 for both switches. Interconnect these ports with a cross-over cable. On both switches you can do the following
interface fastethernet 0/1
switchport mode trunk
Do this on both switches.
You can also create a vtp domain. A vtp domain will help to configure the vlans only on one switch and that the vlans are automaticaly replicated to the second switch.
Let's say on switch 2 you execute the following
vtp domain MyDomain
vtp mode server
on switch 3 you say
vtp domain MyDomain
vtp mode client
Like this any vlan you create on switch 2 will be replicated to switch 3. It is also recommended to only have one server in your vtp domain.
I would suggest to do this in a lab so that you can train yourself a bit and play around with the commands I gave you.
Could you also specify what model of switches you have?
Well it depends what you mean with different locations.
If you use vtp, vlan 90 will be named the same on both switches. If you don't want to have the core telco nodes to talk with the database servers, than you have to create a new network. Think about vlans like physical networks.
BTW, do you want both switches to talk to each other, or do you just want to know if you can have the same vlans on 2 different switches whcih are not physicaly connected?
Both switches are connected in WAN through E1 and both are in different network like switch1 in 10.104.24.x, switch2 10.105.20.x. As you told if u don't want talk 2 switches need to create a new network am i right? but still both are communicating and accessing each other.
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