My setup: Router<--trunk-->3560X<-->
vlan 20 (data)
vlan 30 (voice)
vlan 1 (native vlan)
I'd like to stay away from vlan 1 and make vlan 200 my management vlan. But I am not sure if it is working correctly as far as best practice is concerned.
When I changed the management interface vlan id to 200 (see attached), vlan 200 becomes management and native. Two statements switchport access vlan 200 & switchport trunk native vlan 200 were added to all of my interfaces. I then removed them all because my ports are reserved for vlan 20 and vlan 30.
So traffic like cdp, vtp, and PAgP will then be placed in vlan 200. Correct?
Cisco recommends to remove vlan 200 from the trunk. How will this work in my scenario?
Can I have vlan 1 as native and vlan 200 as the management vlan? If yes then 3560X won't allow me to do that.