Hi, I have a notification in Campus Manager stating I have a VTP Disconnected Domain. I understand the issues, but how do I fix it. It doesn't tell me any switches that have different revision numbers. Is there a way to "Discover" these?
A disconnected VTP domain points to two or more switches with the same VTP domain name which are not connected by trunk ports. If you click on the text under the Summary column, you will get the specifics as to the switches and revision where the disconnect is occurring. For example, the row will look like:
VTP Disconnected Domain DomainName:nms-core
Not Available 21 Jan 2009, 12:07:38 EST Not Available
In this case, the summary details of this specific discrepancy can be found by clicking on the "DomainName:nms-core" link.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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