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Cisco LAN Switching Configuration Handbook, Second Edition by David Hucaby - CCIE No. 4594, David Jansen - CCIE No. 5952, Steve McQuerry - CCIE No. 6108

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Chapter 6VLANs and Trunking

See the following sections for configuration information about these topics:

6-1: VLAN Configuration: Describes the method for configuring, creating, and configuring VLANs on a switch

6-2: VLAN Port Assignments: Explains how to assign a port to a VLAN using static or dynamic methods

6-3: Trunking: Covers the method for extending a VLAN beyond the boundaries of a single switch through tagging mechanisms

6-4: VLAN Trunking Protocol: Describes the Cisco proprietary protocol for maintaining a forwarding path between switches that are trunking and how to prune for unused VLANs

6-5: Private VLANs: Explains the feature that allows for more granular traffic control within the VLAN using the private VLAN structure ...

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