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vlan prunning

We are doing vlan prunning to all of our remote wiring closets. I need to add a vlan to the list of vlan's to be trunked to a specific closet. the line in the config currently says:

set trunk 3/9 on dot1q 1,208,395,470,730,740,745

I want to add 665 to the list. Should I just type:

set trunk 3/9 on dot1q 1,208,395,470,665,730,740,745

will this make the netowrk "hiccup"? I would like to do it during business hours, but if it will cause problems I'll schedule a time. Thanks!

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Re: vlan prunning

This should work fine and not cause any interuptions....

Please not the word "should" :-)

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Re: vlan prunning

This should work fine and not cause any interuptions....

Please not the word "should" :-)

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Re: vlan prunning

You can do the following to add a vlan (on a 5500):

set trunk 3/9 665

Spanning tree for vlan 665 may have a small hiccup. Making sure your core switch is the spanning tree root is a great idea.

set spantree root 665

Peter

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