A switch is participating in a VTP domain and configured as a VTP server. The switch needs to propagate VLAN 10 (used by the Manufacturing department) throughout the VTP domain, but does not have any directly connected hosts using that particular VLAN. Which configuration would satisfy this requirement?

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A switch is participating in a VTP domain and configured as a VTP server. The switch needs to propagate VLAN 10 (used by the Manufacturing department) throughout the VTP domain, but does not have any directly connected hosts using that particular VLAN. Which configuration would satisfy this requirement? 1ITExamAnswers Staff asked 10 months ago

A switch is participating in a VTP domain and configured as a VTP server. The switch needs to propagate VLAN 10 (used by the Manufacturing department) throughout the VTP domain, but does not have any directly connected hosts using that particular VLAN. Which configuration would satisfy this requirement?

  • interface fa0/24
    switchport mode access
    switchport access vlan 10
  • vlan 10
    name Manufacturing
    exit
  • vtp mode server
    vtp password Manufacturing
  • interface g0/1
    switchport mode trunk
    switchport trunk native vlan 10

Explanation: The best practice to add a VLAN to the VLAN database with no local hosts to be in that VLAN is to configure that VLAN (vlan 10) with its name (name Manufacturing) and use the exit command to complete the configuration. Do not assign any switch interfaces to that VLAN.

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