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Do VLANs have to be defined for trunking?

 
 
joe@via.net
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      01-15-2005
I have a 3508 that the only ports on use are defined as trunks.

Do I have to explicitly create vlan entries in the vlan database in
order for the trunks to
pass tagged vlan packets?

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joe mcguckin

 
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