what is native vlan
any one explain

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what is native vlan any one explain sooraj..

Answer / mark bishop

native vlan is the default vlan in dot1q. it does not get
tagged.

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what is native vlan any one explain sooraj..

Answer / ravi kumar gupta

native vlan is that vlan in which tagging is not performed.
and all the management information is sent by native vlan
like CDP,VTP

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what is native vlan any one explain sooraj..

Answer / rav

hi,
by default cisco switch have vlan 1 and that is called native vlan which is not encapsulated or untagged. we can also make another vlan no. as make it native vlan. native vlan can send and receive data from its category only.

hope u ok with this ans.

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what is native vlan any one explain sooraj..

Answer / ammar husain

native vlan is the default vlan in dot1q. it does not get
tagged.

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what is native vlan any one explain sooraj..

Answer / gdeep28

When we create a new vlan for example 99 on switches and
named as management then the default vlan 1 is native vlan
for the management vlan.

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what is native vlan any one explain sooraj..

Answer / vivek madan

Native VLan is the default VLAN in dot1.q encapsulation
method, when there is no tagging of vlans. The untagged
packets can reach this default vlan.

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what is native vlan any one explain sooraj..

Answer / jitendera kumar sinha

native vlan is nonthin it is simply the vlan which are
allow on trunk to comunicate wither vlan on another switch
bydeafult all switches are allow to trunk
that is native vlan

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