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Before I responded, I wanted to check out the functionality of the “Local updater ID” in VTP. For those of you who don’t want to read this entire post (and I don’t blame you) here’s the quick and easy answer: By configuring an IP address on your VTP server switches you’ll be able to use the “Local updater ID” (on VTP client and server switches) to see which VTP server last updated the VLAN database via VTP.I think that I’ve mentioned before that I’ve never used VTP in a production environment before.We pretty much know how this will turn out, but for the sake of completeness, let’s configure an l3 address on sw4 and then add a vlan to that switch (server).In an earlier lesson I explained the basics of VTP (version 1 and 2).You can use the same switch for this role or you can pick another one.VLANs are created on Layer 2 switches to control broadcasts and enforce the use of a Layer 3 device for communications.

It’s been around for a while but until recent IOS versions it wasn’t supported on Cisco Catalyst Switches.I tried to find more information on the “Local updater ID” but came back pretty empty.I decided to lab up a scenario to answer JB’s question: sw1———-sw2———-sw3———-sw4 server client transparent server CCIE CCIE CCIE CCIE All of the switches are in the VTP domain CCIE.Here are some of the new additions to VTP version 3: I’ll walk you through each of those and show you how to configure VTP version 3.I’ll use the following topology: All interfaces between the switches are configured as trunks.

It’s been around for a while but until recent IOS versions it wasn’t supported on Cisco Catalyst Switches.I tried to find more information on the “Local updater ID” but came back pretty empty.I decided to lab up a scenario to answer JB’s question: sw1———-sw2———-sw3———-sw4 server client transparent server CCIE CCIE CCIE CCIE All of the switches are in the VTP domain CCIE.Here are some of the new additions to VTP version 3: I’ll walk you through each of those and show you how to configure VTP version 3.I’ll use the following topology: All interfaces between the switches are configured as trunks.First we will try to enable VTP version 1 on one of our switches: SW1#show vtp devices Retrieving information from the VTP domain. VTP Feature Conf Revision Primary Server Device ID Device Description ------------ ---- -------- -------------- -------------- ---------------------- VLAN No 6 0019.569d.5700 0011.214e.d180 SW3 VLAN No 6 0019.569d.5700 0011.bb0b.3600 SW2 You can run this command on any of your switches, it will show all VTP members (not just the directly connected ones like CDP does).