How to Create VLAN Trunking on Cisco Catalyst Switch

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September 20, 2013 - 1:00am

If you have multiple switches that are part of a stack, then any VLAN you create on the master switch is available on all the switches in the stack. However, if you have multiple switches that are not part of stack, and if you need to use the same VLAN between these two switches, you [...] Read More: How to Create VLAN Trunking on Cisco Catalyst SwitchGoogle+ : Add TGS to your Google+ CirclePurchase your copy of Bash 101 Hacks, Vim 101 Hacks, Sed and Awk 101 Hacks, Nagios Core 3 eBook.


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