[nsp] Can I disable VLAN1 on a 2900XL?

Michael Loftis mloftis at wgops.com
Mon Aug 25 12:23:16 EDT 2003

No.  VLAN1 (well actually the default VLAN ont he trunk interfaces 
usually....) carries the spanning tree traffic and other important 
makes-your-network-work stuff.

--On Monday, August 25, 2003 10:23 AM -0600 Dan Salekin 
<dan.salekin at terago.ca> wrote:

> Is it possible to completely disable VLAN "1" on a 2900XL switch?
> I've recently experienced some down time, a broadcast storm, which I
> believe is related.
> I do have the VLAN interface shutdown on all switches, although the
> trunked ports are allowing VLAN1.
> thanks in advance,
> Dan
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