Alright, this should be a quick post. This wraps up what we left out in the last VTP post as that post got too long.
The main points of today: VTP Pruning, a little more details on how VTP actually communicates and a couple of useful debugging commands.
Alright, lets kick this study series off on a low note: VTP. Short for VLAN Trunking Protocol.
VTP is one of those things that is pretty horrible, really no way around that. If the idea of saving a couple of seconds of configuration time for the low low price of crippling your network in about 3 seconds sounds appealing to you, then read on. Or, if you are studying SWITCH, then also read on, because Cisco insists that you learn this.
I recently passed my SWITCH v2 exam (300-115), that means I now only have TSHOOT left before I get my CCNP.
I thought I would post some of my study notes. This isn’t meant to be a comprehensive guide to passing the exam but just a list of notes and references that may be useful for a double check.