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    Question:  If you have multiple switches in a VTP domain, can
there be only one switch operating in server mode or can more than one
switch be operating in server mode?  I don't seem to see the answer to
that in my book.  

     Regards,



 Fred


Re: VTP


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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    Cool.   Thanks for the prompt response.  



 Fred


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Fred Atkinson wrote:
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Check also this:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk389/tk689/technologies_tech_note09186a0080094c52.shtml

Yrs.
\\/\\/owbagger




Re: VTP


On Thu, 20 Oct 2005 04:16:27 +0200, "Wowbagger"

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    Awesome.  Thanks for the great information.  



                                Fred


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