vlan not active in a domain, how can be changed it?
I have a port-channel connecting 2 Catalyst 6509 working as a trunk with next configuration:
interface Port-channel1 description INTERCONEX switchport switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q switchport mode trunk no ip address mls qos trust dscp end
From this configuration, it is supposed all vlans are passing by the trunk, but when I check the etherchannel better:
CENTRAL-1#sh inter port-channel 1 trunk
Port Mode Encapsulation Status Native vlan Po1 on 802.1q trunking 1
Port Vlans allowed on trunk Po1 1-4094
Port Vlans allowed and active in management domain Po1 1,3-5,7-11,15,20-25,49-50,70,100,115,132,147,168,208,215-217,225
Port Vlans in spanning tree forwarding state and not pruned Po1 1,3-5,7-11,15,20-25,49-50,70,100,115,132,147,168,208,215-217,225
vlan 10 seems not to be active, although it is in fact. Traffic is being routed to this vlan and it appears as active in a "show vlan brief".
I have tried to forcé the vlan 10 to be configured in the trunk with a "switchport trunk allowed vlan add 10" and "switchport trunk allowed vlan all", but it does not change, it does not make any difference.
Could anybody help me with this?
Thank you very much.
I can't answer to your replies, it is not allowed for me to do it (that is why I am changing my question). Well, I have rated pompeychimes' answer as correct as it is. I have not noticed that indeed vlan 10 is included. I have mismatched this as I had some problems with this vlan. Sorry for the mistake. This is not a problem. I did not realize.
Dbloom, yes, there are several ports on this vlan in the "sh vlan br" and it appears as active (simply I have mismatched with the output of "sh int port-channel 1 trunk", maybe a bit swamped with the original problem which was other).
When you rate an answer as correct, is it possible to answer replies? For me, the space to do it, appears as grey and it is not permitted to enter any text. I attach an image as it appears.
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