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Changing switch management from default Vlan1

I'm in the process of changing some access layer switches and the distribution switch away from the default Vlan1 for switch management. I'm a little unclear on the native Vlan information. If I change the management vlan to lets say 299 do I need to change the trunk ports to reflect a native vlan of 299?

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Re: Changing switch management from default Vlan1

Not neccessarily. Just make sure you allow the new VLAN on the trunk.

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Re: Changing switch management from default Vlan1

When you change the native vlan from the default you will need to tell the switch to use on the trunk ports to user native vlan XXX. You will need the enter the command

(switchport mode trunk)

(switchport native vlan 22)

Make sure to make the change on all the switches.

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