Is the Native VLAN only used to communicate 802.1q information? Does CDP go over the Native VLAN? Is there a breakdown of what traverses the Native VLAN and the Management VLAN? I have a customer that has their management vlan different than the native vlan.
Native VLAN is used only on trunks configured for dot1q tagging but NATIVE VLAN itself passes the trunk without any tag. I mean when native vlan is configured to pass on the trunk it does not have any tagging.
CDP does not go over the Native VLAN but CDP carries the native vlan information.
You can have management VLAN and Native VLAN different as their is no relation between the 2. Just remember Native VLAN is to send the vlan traffic on trunk untagged.
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