I have 2 switches running on 802.1Q trunking mode. On both switches the default vlan is 1.
- If I were to configure the native vlan to 2, can vlan 1 traffic still travel from switch to switch?
- After I configure the native vlan, do i need to allow it in the trunk?
switchport trunk allowed vlan 2?
- Does that means all untagged traffic like vlan 1 connected pc's will go to vlan 2 under native vlan in trunk? Do i need to configure vlan 2 access mode?
- Does it happen like this: In first switch, all untagged frames like vlan 1 will goes under native vlan 2 in the trunk. Then they will travel across the trunk. After reach switch 2, these untagged frame belongs to vlan 2. These frame can talk to those untagged vlan 2 (vlan 2 access port). Am i right?