Cisco vtp not updating
What I meant by routed and non-routed is that vlan A is an isolated network. What I want to do is add some ports to a different, non-isolated vlan and have them pick up DHCP.The problem I'm having is that the new tagged port for Vlan B isn't picking up a dhcp address.If the idea of manually updating all switches within your network doesn't scare you because your network is small, then imagine updating more than 15-20 switches a few times per week, so your network can respond to your organisation's needs...we got you thinking now?
Let's now take a closer look at what each VTP mode does and where it can be used.
When a new VLAN is created and configured on a switch without the VTP protocol enabled, this must be manually replicated to all switches on the network so they are all aware of the newly created VLAN.
This means that the administrator must configure each switch separately, a task that requires a lot of time and adds a considerable amount of overhead depending on the size of the network.
It has the ip helper defined and is working from other switches that are trunked with a different native vlan than Vlan A. Well IRS helped me determine that it's actually a VTP problem.
The 3550 doesn't seem to be getting updates from the 6513. XFeature Mode Revision-------------- -------------- -----------VLAN Server 32Pruning : disabled VLANs prune eligible: 2-1000 The first thing I notice is that you are running two different versions, but I'm not certain that's the issue.