I was wondering if someone can explain to me or point me to the the documentation regarding MAC address reduction.
I know that we need to enable this feature on a Catalyst switch for example to be able to configure extended-range VLANs. However I usually prefer to understand the full principle and consequences of a feature before enabling it on a live network.
So if some have any information I would be gratefull.
To create extended-range VLANs, you must first enable MAC address reduction, which provides IDs for extended-range VLANs. Once you enable MAC address reduction, you cannot disable it as long as any extended-range VLANs exist.
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