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Changing Native VLAN

Can you change the native vlan on a 5500?

I have a 5500 connected to a 8540. The 8540 subinterface for VLAN 1 has "native" defined.

If I want to configure a different subinterface/vlan for management, do I have to remove the "native" statement from the other subinterface? Once I change this will the new native vlan show up in the 5500?

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Re: Changing Native VLAN

yes you can.

You may change the native VLAN on 5500, if needed, by using the following command:

cat5509> (enable) set vlan

here is the new Native Vlan and is the trunk port.

Be sure to use it same across your network if you plan to use vlan tagging.

Re: Changing Native VLAN

For 802.1q trunks the native VLAN can be any valid VLAN ID, for ISL it has to be VLAN 1

Re: Changing Native VLAN

There is no native VLAN on ISL trunk. Native VLAN is a term used only on 802.1q trunks - frames in this VLAN have no tag. On an ISL trunks all VLANs are tagged.

Regards,

Milan

Re: Changing Native VLAN

There is no native VLAN on ISL trunk. Native VLAN is a term used only on 802.1q trunks - frames in this VLAN have no tag. On an ISL trunks all VLANs are tagged.

Regards,

Milan

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