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VTP Server question 6 years 10 months ago #33446

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Hi,

I am wondering is it we can configure/create VLAN port from VTP server to VTP client.

For an example, I have a Server mode switch. And i configure/manage VLAN in Client mode from my Server mode switch.
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Re: VTP Server question 6 years 10 months ago #33447

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Please take note that as i know we can create/delete/manage VLAN from server mode to client mode which will be propagated.

But my question is, can we create/assign vlan port for host?? Eg using this command


conf t
int fa0/10
switchport mode access
switchport access vlan 18


Can we execute above command from server mode switch (Switch A) which will be applied in client mode switch (Switch B)??

If yes, what will be the real command?
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Re: VTP Server question 6 years 10 months ago #33514

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I belive I understand your question and the answer would be no.

This command would only apply to the switch you execute it on regardless if it is a VTP server or client:
conf t
int fa0/10
switchport mode access
switchport access vlan 18

When you have a switch configured as a server it will propagate the VLAN names when you create them.
conf t
vlan 100
name Sheep

Vlan 100 would be sent to all the clients in the VTP domain; however, assigning a physical port would only apply to the local switch in which you execuded the command. You wouldn't want port 10 on all the switches to be in the same VLAN all the time.

Hope that helps.
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Re: VTP Server question 6 years 10 months ago #33524

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Dear skepticals,

Yes..that is the real answer i want..
Now i realize it and thanks for your information.

I am continuing practicing my skills in switching..
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