Hi all, a quick question on the underlying functionality of VLANs in Meraki switches, in terms of scope. I couldn't find any good documentation on this, if there is, feel free to point me in the right direction. Say for example, I have a switch setup as follows: S1--------------S2--------------S3 With trunks between them, default settings, no restrictions on what VLANs are allows on the trunks. I configure an access port in VLAN 10 on S2, and also S3 in order for communication between 2 hosts that are patched into the relevant switch. I'll use Cisco language, because that's what I'm familiar with. In the scenario above, assuming no VTP, VLAN 10 will then exist in the VLAN database of S2 and S3 because they both have an access port in that VLAN. VLAN 10 wouldn't exist in the VLAN database of S1 because it doesn't have a port in that VLAN. Does this still apply to Meraki? Or does the very act of configuring a VLAN in a port on one switch in a given network propagate it to all switches, via some kind of mechanism similar to VTP. Basically, is the broadcast domain of VLAN 10 limited to S2 and S3 in the above scenario, or does it also include S1? Thanks.
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Hi Guys, I'm trying to get a definitive answer on whether I need mode conditioning patch leads to get 10Gb through OM1 using the MA-SFP-10GB-LRM SFP+ module (I know, OM1, but it's all I have to work with). The datasheet for the Cisco module specifies the need for mode conditioning cables, but the datasheet for the Meraki module (https://meraki.cisco.com/lib/pdf/meraki_datasheet_sfp.pdf) doesn't, despite listing it as a requirement elsewhere (the MA-SFP-1GB-LX10, for example). Thanks.
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