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Re: Management VLAN [7:96156] posted 01/18/2005
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typically if your vtp/vlan data base process gets hosed, vtp will default
to vlan 1 for updates and operation, so I have been told..you can use any
mgmt vlan you like however for C6500 operation on msfc-less supervisors...

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Larry Letterman
Cisco Systems
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "ninteen cree" 
To: 
Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2005 1:49 PM
Subject: Management VLAN [7:96156]


> In replacing a new core CAT i've taken the challange on to redesign our
> network at the same time (logical).  However i've always reserved VLAN 1
as
> the management VLAN in the past.. yet as you can imagine the network i've
> inherited uses this as the primary corporate vlan like in many
> organizations.  I believe it's possible to use any vlan now as the
> management vlan can anyone confirm for me.
>
> Thanks,
> Cree




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