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Lab 6
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On Lab 6, why do you need to create vlans 11-13 on switch B?  Is it because the problem states that Switch A needs to be the root switch for vlans 11,12,13,21,22,and 23?  That is the only place I see vlans 11-13 mentioned and I do not see them anywhere in the topology.  Maybe I am missing something. 

Second question concerning this lab, in the real exam, do you actually need to configure the allowed vlans, native vlan, etc, on both the physical interfaces and the PO1?

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Is there anyone that can answer my question:

n Lab 6, why do you need to create vlans 11-13 on switch B?  Is it because the problem states that Switch A needs to be the root switch for vlans 11,12,13,21,22,and 23?  That is the only place I see vlans 11-13 mentioned and I do not see them anywhere in the topology.  Maybe I am missing something.

Second question concerning this lab, in the real exam, do you actually need to configure the allowed vlans, native vlan, etc, on both the physical interfaces and the PO1?

Thank you!
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