Should the native vlan be explicitly declared as an allowed vlan for a trunk port or not to send/receive frames of that native vlan.

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If you're not using the native VLAN, there is no need to allow it on the trunk. If you do want to send/receive traffic on that VLAN then yes, allow it.

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