Native VLAN on Interface vs. Subinterface for dot1Q trunking
A while back, I tried configuring a 2620 (IOS 12.1(13)) FastEthernet Interface 0/0 with the native VLAN 1 on F0/0.1 and another VLAN 16 on F0/0.16 using dot1Q encapsulation. The configuration took, but then I couldn't ping from hosts on the VLAN1. So I moved VLAN 1 to F0/0 (the interface itself rather than the subinterface), where it was implicit, and everything worked fine. Here is the configuration that worked:
ip address 172.16.45.1 255.255.255.0
ip helper-address 172.16.31.24
encapsulation dot1Q 16
ip address 172.16.145.17 255.255.255.248
Here is my question. I am now configuring a 7206VXR with IOS 12.2(2)T. Does anyone know if the native VLAN needs to be on the Interface itself for the 7206 rather than the subinterface? Does anyone know why it was required on the 2620?
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