CCNA 2.5.b: How to add and remove VLANs on a trunk
How to add and remove VLANs on a trunk. It's a good think when your network expands. 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 traffic. This video shows you how to add and remove VLANs on a trunk port so that you can dynamically adjust to current network demands.
Try it yourself in PacketTracer: CCNA-2.5.b-How-to-add-and-remove-vlans-on-a-trunk.pkt