How can I configure Private VLANs without affecting VTP?
I have two Catalyst 6509 (Catalyst 1 and Catalyst 2) connected by the GigaBit port (CatOS 6.1). One of them is configured with 'server' VTP mode and the other is configured with 'client' VTP mode. I want to configure private VLANs to isolate several housing servers which are all in the same VLAN (some of these serves are connected to Catalyst 1 and others to Catalyst 2, so VTP is necessary to work properly)
But in the Cisco Web says: "To configure private VLANs, the switch must be in VTP transparent mode".
So, my question is: Is there any possibility of changing the configuration of the VTP protocol, in order to use Private VLAN, and at the same time configure ports of the same VLAN in both Catalyst?.
If this option is not possible, what other options do you recommend to isolate the housing servers?.
Which is the best option to isolate the servers?. Is Private VLAN the right option?.
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