Best way to do this is by creating a VTP domain - select one switch as the server and make the rest clients, create all your VLAN's on the server and then plumb them out as you see fit. Trunk where you need to, and create access ports where you need to
You need to create VLAN 1 and VLAN 8 in every switch that needs it. The ports between the switches needs to be trunk ports with VLAN 1 and 8 allowed. The access ports needs to be either VLAN1 or VLAN8 depending on your need for those particular ports.
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