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native vlan 8 years 1 month ago #27699

  • rafi
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i have configured inter Vlan configuration inour netwrok. but i am in confuse which should i asssign native VLan.
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Re: native vlan 8 years 1 month ago #27704

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Native VLAN (by default) runs through trunk ports without tagging. If you are concerned about security, you better NOT assign it to any sub-network since it's vulnerable to an attack called "VLAN jumping".

I know some admins might have another opinion about this. It would be interesting to hear it.
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Re: native vlan 8 years 1 month ago #27705

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It is best to leave vlan 1 to be the native vlan .

Ensure that only management traffic passes through it and user traffic is not recommended on native vlan .
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