@Ouelmath wrote: Thx Sandeep Choudhary for the explaination. I understand the theory. But I still have a hard time understanding the benefits of the Native Vlan. In what scenario will I want to have devices connected in an acces port x with vlan y that his my Native Vlan.... Thx Here is a CONCISE and UP TO THE POINT explanation and I quote:- Default VLAN: This can refer to one of two types. Typically, the default VLAN refers to the one that all of the ports on a device belong to when it is switched on. On most switches, this default is VLAN 1 and should be changed for security reasons. Some network managers may use the term “default VLAN” to refer to a VLAN to which all ports are assigned when they’re not being used. Native VLAN: The native VLAN is the one into which untagged traffic will be put when it’s received on a trunk port. This makes it possible for your VLAN to support legacy devices or devices that don’t tag their traffic like some wireless access points and simply network attached devices. Source: https://www.summitir.com/2017/08/30/vlans-types-benefits/
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I have tried to find out what is the time allocation of the ICDN1 v3 exam.
When did the new version start ?
When will next version take effect ?
Also please let me know how you found out this information. I have been reading the Cisco Certification website and I see no such dates.
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