Multiple switch configuration and design influences network performance
Trunks are commonly used to connect a switch to a switch or to another network device such as a router.
A VLAN trunk, or trunk, is a point-to-point link between two network devices that carries more than one VLAN
devices which are in the same VLAN, but connected to different switches, can communicate without the intervention of a router.
The 802.1Q header includes a 4-byte tag inserted within the original Ethernet frame header,
VLAN ID (VID): A 12-bit VLAN identification number that supports up to 4096 VLAN IDs.
all trunks have a native VLAN whether you configure it or not.
Figure 3-11 Better Native VLAN Design
Glasp is a social web highlighter that people can highlight and organize quotes and thoughts from the web, and access other like-minded people’s learning.