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  1. Hi Maruti,

    GNS3 is a free Cisco emulator for routers. http://gns3vault.com is my other website, that’s where I offer free labs that you can load in GNS3.

    Rene

  2. Hi Sinan,

    By default the native and default VLAN is both VLAN 1 which you can’t delete. If your switchport is assigned to any VLAN which you delete then it will just “float” around in no man’s land…it won’t be assigned automatically to another VLAN.

    Rene

  3. i followed these steps

    SwitchA(config)interface fa0/1
    SwitchA(config-if)#switchport mode access
    SwitchA(config-if)#switchport access vlan 50
    
    SwitchA(config)interface fa0/2
    SwitchA(config-if)#switchport mode access
    SwitchA(config-if)#switchport access vlan 50
    

  4. Hi Muhammad,

    On 802.1Q trunk links, we can send tagged and untagged Ethernet frames. Frames that are untagged are considered to belong to the native VLAN. It is possible to configure your switches to tag the native VLAN btw.

    On the native VLAN, you’ll find frames from protocols like CDP, DTP, etc.

    On 802.1Q trunk links, we can send tagged and untagged Ethernet frames. Frames that are untagged are considered to belong to the native VLAN. It is possible to configure your switches to tag the native VLAN btw.

    On the native VLAN, you’ll find frames from protocols li

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  5. Hello Abhishek.

    There are advantages and disadvantages to creating a trunk between the Router and the Cisco 3850 switch. It all depends on what you want to achieve.

    You would want to do this if:

    1. you want all of the routing of your network to take place at the Router
      a) advantages of this include: to be able to apply security, access lists and other policies at a single location
      b) disadvantages include single point of failure for routing
    2. if you want to allow VLANs to span multiple areas of your network (if the Router is a layer 3 switch)

    You would avoid doin

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