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  • Graphic 4.1.1.2
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  • Graphic 4.2.3.3
  • Graphic 4.2.4.1 & 4.2.4.3
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  • Graphic 4.3.1.2 & 4.3.1.3
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  • 1. Implement VTP LAN Switching and Wireless – Chapter 4
  • 2. Objectives
    • Explain the role of VTP in a converged switched network
    • Describe the operation of VTP: VTP domains, VTP Modes, VTP Advertisements, and VTP Pruning.
    • Configure VTP on the switches in a converged network.
  • 3. Explain the Role of VTP in a Converged Switched Network
    • Explain the role of VTP in a multi-switch network
  • 4. Describe the Operation of VTP
    • Describe the importance of the default VTP configuration
  • 5. Describe the Operation of VTP
    • Explain the role of domains in VTP
  • 6. Describe the Operation of VTP
    • Describe how VTP exchanges domain and VLAN information between switches in the same VTP domain
  • 7. Describe the Operation of VTP
    • Describe the role VTP modes play in enabling VTP to distribute and synchronize domain and VLAN configuration information in a network
  • 8. Describe the Operation of VTP
    • Explain how VTP pruning functions
  • 9. Configure VTP on the Switches in a Converged Network
    • Configure VTP on a Cisco Catalyst Switch
  • 10. Configure VTP on the Switches in a Converged Network
    • Identify and troubleshoot common VTP configuration problems
  • 11. Configure VTP on the Switches in a Converged Network
    • Manage VLANs on a VTP enabled network
  • 12. Summary
    • VTP is a Cisco proprietary protocol used to exchange VLAN information across trunk links.
    • A switch can be in one of 3 VTP operating modes
      • Client
        • Cannot create, modify or delete VLAN
      • Server
        • Can create, modify & delete VLAN
      • Transparent
      • Can create, modify, & delete LOCAL VLAN
      • Forwards VTP advertisements.
  • 13. Summary
    • VTP pruning
      • Limits unnecessary dissemination of VLAN information.
    • Verify VTP configuration
      • Show VTP status
      • Show interfaces trunk
  • 14.