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VLANs and Trunking and VLAN Configuration

By | April 12th, 2013|Misc, Networking|

A trunk is a link that carries traffic for more than one VLAN. Trunks multiplex traffic from multiple VLANs.  Two methods of identifying VLANs over trunk links are :  ■ Inter‐Switch Link (ISL): A Cisco proprietary method that encapsulates the original frame in a header, which contains VLAN information. It is protocol‐independent and can identify [...]

How to Configure, Verify and Troubleshoot a VLAN

By | April 12th, 2013|Misc, Networking|

Verifying VLAN Configuration  To see a list of all the VLANs and the ports assigned to them, use the command show vlan. To narrow down the information displayed, you can use these keywords after the command: brief, id, vlan‐number, or name  vlan‐name: ASW# show vlan brief  VLAN Name Status Ports  1 default active Fa0/1, Fa0/2, [...]

Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) Basics

By | April 12th, 2013|Misc, Networking|

VLANs are used to break large campus networks into smaller pieces. The benefit of this is to minimize the amount of broadcast traffic on a logical segment.  VLAN  A virtual LAN (VLAN) is a logical LAN, or a logical subnet. It defines a broadcast domain. A physical subnet is a group of devices that shares [...]

Troubleshooting VLAN Trunk Protocol (VTP)

By | April 12th, 2013|Misc, Networking|

Troubleshooting VTP  The following are some common things to check when troubleshooting problems with VTP:  ■ Make sure you are trunking between the switches. VTP is sent only over trunk links.  ■ Make sure the domain name matches on both switches. (The name is case sensitive.)  ■ If the switch is not updating its database, [...]

Troubleshooting VLAN,Switch and Trunk Problems

By | April 12th, 2013|Misc, Networking|

Configuration problems can arise when user traffic must traverse several switches. The following sections list some common configuration errors. But before you begin troubleshooting, create a plan. Check the implementation plan for any changes recently made, and determine likely problem areas.  Troubleshooting User Connectivity  User connectivity can be affected by several things:  ■ Physical connectivity: [...]

Adding a Cisco switch to a VTP domain

By | April 12th, 2013|Misc, Networking|

Adding a new switch in client mode does not prevent it from propagating its incorrect VLAN information. A server synchronizes to a client if the client has the higher configuration revision number. You must reset the revision number back to 0 on the new switch. To be safe, follow these steps:  1). With the switch [...]

Configuring VLAN Trunk Protocol (VTP)

By | April 12th, 2013|Misc, Networking|

Configuring VTP  VTP configuration is done at the global config mode. To configure the switch’s VTP mode:  (config)# vtp {server | client |transparent}  To configure the VTP domain name:  (config)# vtp domain name  To configure a VTP password (all switches in the domain must use the same password):  (config)# vtp password password  To configure the [...]

VTP Switch Roles

By | April 12th, 2013|Misc, Networking|

A switch can be a VTP ( VLAN Trunking Protocol ):  ■ Server: The default VTP role. Servers can create, delete, and rename VLANs. They originate both periodic and triggered VTP advertisements and synchronize their databases with other switches in the domain.  ■ Client: Clients cannot make VLAN changes. They originate periodic VTP advertisements and synchronize [...]

VLAN Trunking Protocol

By | April 12th, 2013|Misc, Networking|

VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) is a Cisco‐proprietary protocol that runs over trunk links and synchronizes the VLAN databases of all switches in the VTP domain. A VTP domain is an administrative group; all switches within that group must have the same VTP domain name configured, or they do not synchronize databases.  VTP works by using [...]