Vtp domain currently not in updating state
This information is then stored on each switch's NVRAM and any VLAN changes made to any switch must again be replicated manually on all switches.If the idea of manually updating all switches within your network doesn't scare you because your network is small, then imagine updating more than 15-20 switches a few times per week, so your network can respond to your organisation's needs...we got you thinking now?
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VTP version 1 and version 2 support VLANs 1 to 1000 only.
Extended-range VLANs are supported only in VTP version 3.
The logic behind this setup is that all information regarding VLANs is stored only on the VTP Server switch from which all clients are updated.
Any change in the VLAN database will trigger an update from the VTP Server towards all VTP clients so they can update their database.