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VLAN Ranges Supported by Different Models of Cisco Switches

Depending on the Platform and Software Version, Cisco Catalyst switches support up to 4096 VLANs.Following data Lists the Cisco Models and VLAN ranges supported by them, also some of the VLAN numbers are reserved and can not be used or modified.

VLAN Range          Range                          Usage                                                                                         VTP
0, 4095                       Reserved                     For system use only.                                                              —–
You cannot see or use these VLANs.
1                                     Normal                         Cisco default. You can use this                                          Yes
VLAN, but you cannot delete it.
2–1001                       Normal                         For Ethernet VLANs. You can                                           Yes
create, use, and delete these VLANs.
1002–1005               Normal                         Cisco defaults for FDDI and Token Ring.                       Yes
You cannot delete VLANs 1002–1005.
1006–1024               Reserved                     For system use only. You cannot see or                        —–
use these VLANS.
1025–4094               Extended                     For Ethernet VLANs only.                        
(Extended type is Not supported in VTP  versions 1 and 2.  The   switch must be in VTP transparent  mode to configure extended range VLANS. Only supported in version 3)


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