Adding and removing vlans on a trunk can be done without interruption to network traffic, if you do it the right way
How to add and remove VLANs on a trunk.
- It's probably a good sign when your network needs to expand
- It's also a good thing to limit broadcast traffic and control bandwidth utilization across your layer 2 links
- Manually pruning the VLANs on trunk ports will help control that excess traffic
PacketTracer Lab: CCNA-2.5.b-How-to-add-and-remove-VLANs-on-a-trunk.pkt
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