Extended range vlans are from 1006-4096. Cisco IOS switches support the exetnded range vlans in the range 1006-4096. However, CATOS switches donot support 1006-1024. This is the only limitation that you have. If you have a mix of IOS and CatOS switches in your network, you have to make sure that 1006-1024 do not extend to those switches.
Vlan Std range is from 1-1001 (1002-1005 are reserved)
Extended range is the same but differs on CATOS switches.
Yes, your switch has to be in VTP transparent mode to configure the extended range vlans.
Does these rules apply to ISR Router as well as Cisco switches ? It seems that on Cisco ISR we can't create vlans upper to 1001. Do you think that by changing/upgrading the ios on an ISR, we finally can create a vlan 1280 for example ?
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