Does anyone have an example of how they are using the native VLAN, other than by default? In other words, does anyone have an example or a scenario where they need to send certain traffic across the trunk untagged?
CCO says, "The IEEE committee that defined 802.1Q decided that because of backward compatibility it was desirable to support the so-called native VLAN, that is to say, a VLAN that is not associated explicitly to any tag on an 802.1Q link. This VLAN is implicitly used for all the untagged traffic received on an 802.1Q capable port."
Thank you for your reply. But is there any reason why the PC needs to be sending untagged frames? I see how to configure tagged and untagged VLANs, but not clear on why you would want to send some frames, i.e. from the PC in this case, untagged.
Thank you for your reply. But is there any reason why one VLAN needs to be sending untagged frames? I see how to configure tagged and untagged VLANs, but not clear on why you would want to send some frames untagged. Why couldn't these same frames be sent tagged?
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