I'm trying to esablish a (100baseT) link between a Catalyst 2924XL-EN and a 3548XL-EN switch, with each belong to a different VTP domain (the edge between two managed networks).
Note: I'm not trying to make a ISL/DOT1Q TRUNK (this would require the same VTP domain and password on both sides) but I'm just making a connection between a single vlan port i.e. connection on the same IP subnet.
The port that is used for that link is conf'd as a "switchport access vlan 1" on the 2924 switch.
On the other side, the 3548, the link port is conf'd on a different Vlan ID "switchport access vlan 108" - but since the Vlans on both sides are totally unrelated this shouln't matter imho.
Even though, the link doesn't come up unless I configure the ports to an equal Vlan ID on both sides. This is not what I had in mind since I need access to Vlan 1 on that cloud.
Switches are running 12.0(5)WC5 (Enterprise edition)
Re: Link between switches in a different VTP domain
The line will work fine but you'll get a bothering messages into the syslog saying there are different VLAN IDs on the line ends. To prevent this you need to disable CDP on the line (I don't know any better solution).
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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