When I highlight VLANS in Network Assistant 4.1 I only see the colors when the link is either a trunk with all VLANS allowed or a switchport configured for one VLAN. I want to show the colors on trunks not configured to carry all VLAN traffic. Is this just a bug with CNA 4.1? How can I make the trunks highlight with only one or two VLANS allowed to use them? Thanks in advance.
Re: Cisco Network Assistant VLAN Highlighting problem
Use colors to highlight VLAN links in the Topology view. This option is available only if you are managing a community. To access it, you open Topology Options window and use the Highlighting tab. The Topology view shows how the devices within a community or a cluster are connected. If you manage a community, you can see the VLAN links by highlighting them. You can make neighboring devices members of the community or cluster, or you can remove members.
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