Time
3 hours 35 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
4

Video Transcription

00:00
Hello there and welcome to this Cisco CCMP switch 301 15 example. Of course, my name is Phil intentionally and in today's episode will focus on a native villain by default villain. One is considered to be both the default villain on also the native villain
00:15
ports not belonging to any other villains. Fall on your villain won by default
00:20
both access ports and also trunk boots.
00:23
Now, when you change the native villain in the switch, you would usually want a much the native villain between your switches.
00:29
This would ensure consistency between your switches. Now you can change the native villain for security purposes. Additionally, you can also tagged the native villain within your switches.
00:40
So as an 80 villain traffic gives the trunk ling, it would also be tugged.
00:45
In order to change a native Vienna from within global configuration mode, you would go into the interface of conflagration mode on your D. C to command switch for trunk native villain When you specify the villain Ivy
00:57
And if you want to talk the native villain for within global conflagration more, you're easier command villain That one Q tug native on that toe tagged a native even in that particular switch,
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I'm gonna bring up a lab now so you can see how we would work with native villain in this lab. We'll change the native villain between and white core one on N Y. Axis one.
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So this is the link connecting to and what's this one?
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So we'll configure trunk link.
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Currently, it's at the dynamic auto.
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You can see it says dynamic audio. So well, hard coded
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and we'll turn off negotiation off DTP pockets. There really was a keyword villain,
01:37
and now we would specify which villain we would like to be the native villain. So he was 80.
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This is a complete conflict.
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We hard quote the poor to use. Got one trunk in.
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We turn off the TV negotiation.
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The switchboard know negotiate,
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and we use this command switch Portmore trunk to create a manual trunk, and we change a native villain by using a common switchboard trunk. Native villain 80 So we'll do the same over on the y axis one
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here on an Y axis one, we see a message tell us. Navy villain Miss Much
02:14
discovered on the fast near 24 in the face we can't even see the device, it says. And why core one?
02:21
This is common. Whenever you change a native villain, you would want to set it on. Both switch for consistency so they switch uses about one Q as default, so we don't have to send encapsulation. So I'm just gonna hard cord
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the trunk.
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So this turns it into a manual trunk and I'm gonna turn off DTP pockets.
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There goes our conflict. Much is on both ends
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now in the show into fierce Drunken Man.
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In the Last Column, it stays native villain. And for the first, Ignat 24 interferes. We can see the native villain. It has been changed for one
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theeighty. We can also see the native Leland output in the show in the face, followed by the switchboard option
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on Under Franck in negative mode. Villain
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we can see it says 80.
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Now it stays inactive because the villain
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doesn't exist,
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so we'll create the villain.
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Note. If you don't exist
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there we go under the trunk in native mode. Villain 80. We can see the actual
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villain i d. This tells us that if we land exists with the end of Leland database.
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Everyone attack and 80 villain. We will go into global conflagration mode.
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Okay, in this particular love this switches and supporting the command because it's been hard coded into the lab. But if we check back in N Y core one
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Gary, go, we can see the option available to us,
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not one. Q.
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So before we execute it, come on, let's strike the existing conflict.
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So, um, I should be show interferes
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and then the switchboard option.
04:09
This case, it really doesn't exist either on an OIK or one.
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So that's how it would change in a day villain. On also how you would configure the native. We learned to be tug if it was not dug in the switch.
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All right, let's go back to the slates here. Report's assessment question, which come and tags the native villainy. The switch.
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Hey,
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villain, Not one cute cognitive Or be not. One Q tag Native villain or C native tongue. That one. Q villain
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on answers. A villain, not one qtac native.
04:48
In today's lecture, the focus was on a native villain. First you changed in 80 villain, and finally we configure the native Dylan to be tug as it leaves the trunk link. In the next video, we'll wrap up trunk in by looking at manual prune in. This is Phillip Mention Ali and I want to thank You, which was in Savory.

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