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Vlan with Cisco 3560G power over ethernet

Posted on 2009-04-08
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Hi All,

  I have an 10 Vlans configured in my network, I use Cisco 4507 as a core switchm I have connected a cisco 3560 G power over ethernet and I configured it as a VTP client and the correct VTP domain, but still i can not see the others VLANs, I have configured the trunk but no luck , please advise
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Did you configure VTP client on your 3560?

The 4507 should be VTP server.

If that doesn't work, post your config and I'll take a look.
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by:Don Johnston
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Please post the output of a "show vtp status" and "show int trunk" from both switches.
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make sure the 4507 is configured as a vtp server  and not transparent  (although it would still trade information if it was configured as a client with a higher rev number)

make sure the vtp Domain and password match on both units.
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