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Created new vlan - sh vlan does not list the vlan

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Hello,

I just created 4 vlans on my cisco 3560 switch -which is in VTP server mode - but when i issue a sh vlan command, the newly created vlans are not there..

Actually only one of then shows up. But yesterday it wasn't there..this is bizzare. I issue a no shut command just for fun. but i follow the basic vlan creation steps below
HOSTNAME(config)#int vlan 191
HOSTNAME(config-if)#desc Demo-WifiCrew
HOSTNAME(config-if)#exit
HOSTNAME(config)#int vlan 192
HOSTNAME(config-if)#desc Demo-CafeInt
HOSTNAME(config-if)#exit
HOSTNAME(config)#int vlan 193
HOSTNAME(config-if)#desc Demo-CafeMGT
HOSTNAME(config-if)#exit
HOSTNAME(config)#do sh vlan

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sh vlan command output below. 190 is the only one that showed up a day later.


150  DataCenter                       active
151  linux redhat                        active
152  airplane                           active
153  DevPersonalIP                    active
171  roof                       active
190  Demo-WifiPax                     active
199  DevInternet                      active    Gi0/42
203  wall                    active
204  whole                   active

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pls help

thx
t
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by:tobe1424
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i also tried creating the vlans on my L2 2950 which is in VTP Client mode..but no go either.
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by:James H
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Type this in your switch:

VLAN (Number) in config mode.

This should add it to the VLAN database.
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by:tobe1424
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so..

#conf t

(config)# vlan 191

(config-vlan)# then?
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That's it.

The go back out of config mode and check vlan.
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by:tobe1424
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just pulled this from a site:

W1>enable
SW1#config terminal
Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z.
SW1(config)#vlan 10
SW1(config-vlan)#name Sales
SW1(config-vlan)#vlan 20
SW1(config-vlan)#name Development
SW1(config-vlan)#vlan 30
SW1(config-vlan)#name Marketing
SW1(config-vlan)#end

vlans show up now.

thanks so much Spartan!
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