I have a question regarding vlans. If I ahve two switches A and B and a Router RA. If switchA has two VLAN 1 and 2, and swB has one vlan 1. Does the network have to be the same on both VLAN 1? swA VLAN 1 is a.b.c.d, vlan2 is network w.x.y.z. If swb vlan1 is network w.x.y.z could have a trunk between these two switches and the router so that bot networks can communicate with eachother or do I have to move each respective vlan to match the netowork on each switch.
I agree that is the best design. So then on Switch B do I have to reassign the native VLAN as well or could I just make all the ports in access mode to VLAN 2 and not worry about the native VLAN which is VLAN 1 by default.
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