If there is no VLAN database on a switch and an admin enters interface configuration mode and enters the following:
Switch(config)#int f0/13 Switch(config-if)#switchport mode access Switch(config-if)#switchport access vlan 13 % Access VLAN does not exist. Creating vlan 13
If the VLAN database is configured on a switch and contains VLAN 10, and int f0/13 is configured to belong to VLAN 10, explain what happens on int f0/13 and VLAN 10 if the admin deletes VLAN 10 from the database?
I am just really confused with what happened to the interface. When I ran the first set of commands VLAN 13 was created and the interface belonged to VLAN 13. then after creating a VLAN database and assigning the interface f0/13 to it, the interface belonged to the VLAN I created.
Now after deleting the VLAN created the interface disappeared, I ran the " show vlan" command, and I couldn’t see the interface f0/13. It didn’t go back to VLAN 13 or the native VLAN. I’m just really confused about what happened to the interface and how come it’s not showing up in the VLAN database.