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Disable VLAN1

Hello All,

My question is , can you disable the native vlan1 on a trunk port.

I want my manegment vlan to be 100, for example ,and my user's vlans are 2-99.

Would this disable DTP,VTP,CDP and PAgP on this trunk port, since vlan 1is disabled.

thanks in advanced

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Re: Disable VLAN1

Hi,

According to CCO not...

When you disable VLAN 1 on a trunk interface, no user traffic is transmitted and received across that trunk interface, but the supervisor engine continues to transmit and receive packets from control protocols such as Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP), VTP, Port Aggregation Protocol (PAgP), and DTP.

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