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- Fred Atkinson
October 19, 2005, 1:35 pm
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There can be several switches operating in server mode in that particular
domain. Any VLAN changes done on switch A will propagate to the rest of the
switches (e.g. B, C and D). Any VLAN changes done on switch B will propagate
to A, C, D. Any VLAN changes done on switch C will propagate to A, B, D. And
finally, any VLAN changes done on switch D will propagate to A, B, C.
Just make sure that switches have to connect to each other in trunk mode in
order for VTP to work.
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