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what does act/unsup mean in the "show vlan" output

I have 2 same switches with factory default configuration. I found that once those 2 switches are up, the show vlan output is different.

one of the switch shows active in the status column for the vlans 1002-1005, and the other switch shows act/unsup for same set of vlan.

I've delete the vlan.dat file and reboot but the problem is still there.

Why?

Can anyone tell me what is the meaning of act/unsup?

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Re: what does act/unsup mean in the "show vlan" output

Hi,

The 'act/unsup' is stating that the switch doesn't support TR or FDDI vlans.

Check the versions of IOS on both switches to see if they match.

Regards,

Phil.

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