Does anybody happen to know if a layer 2 broadcast is being sent over a specific vlan or all vlans? For example, if a broadcast frame comes in on a port that happened to be on vlan20, will the switch flood this broadcast only to the ports that happened to be on the same vlan20?
Thanks for your response. So, the switch is aware of what vlan a port belongs to and acts accordingly. For example, if I have a couple of servers, patched into ports on different vlans on a switch with layer 3 and do a "ping" from one server to the other, that switch will be aware of the different vlans and will send it to the layer 3? Thanks again...
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