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Refer to the exhibit. A used Switch SW2 has been added to the existing network and is interconnected to Switch SW1 through a trunk link. The network administrator wants to avoid configuring all the vlan information, so he configures VTP on the Switch SW1. Both switches are unable to share VLAN information. Based on the output of the command, what can be the source of the issue?
The link must be configured as an access link.
The vtp passwords don't match, in effect these two switches are both in their own separate vtp domains that just happen to share the same name
Switch SW2 must be configured with revision number 40.
The new Switch SW2 must be in Client mode.
The domain name is incorrectly configured.
The vtp passwords don't match, the line at the bottom of the "show vtp status", [MD5 digest] is the encrypted hash of the passwords in HEX. So the MD5-Hash for Sw1 is:63C8B6FD63C8, and for Sw2, it is: 438A6F3308CC. To see the un-encrypted version of the vtp password, use: "
show vtp password". Also, even if no password is set, there will still be a MD5-digest, and the show-password command will say that no vtp-password is configured. - - - - - - - - - - - - //For switches to be vtp-neighbors, they must: (1) connect via a 'usable' trunk or trunk-network, (2) Same VTP-Version, (3) Same Case-Sensitive VTP-Domain-Name, (4) Same Case-Sensitive Password, or no-password/ - - - - - - - - -[Previous Answer, which 'used to' claim that the vtp-domain-names didn't match] - - - - - - - - - - - - - >To share VLAN information between switches, VTP can help and save work when configuring VLAN information. In order to become part of the same domain, all switches must have the same domain name (Case Sensitive) and if configured it also needs the same password. Two switches that are in Server mode will share vlan information; the one with lowest revision number will copy all vlan information from the highest.
For more information refer to: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/lan-switching/vtp/98155-tshoot-vlan.html
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