I have several 2950 switches that I need to enable vlans on. I have dedicated ethernet connections between two switch (from one NOC co-lo, to another NOC co-lo). I want to setup vlans on the connected switch ports on this ethernet link, but I do not want to setup vlans on my routers that are connected to each switch. For example: Port 1 on each switch would be a simple trunk allowing the vlans I define in the trunk to pass traffic. Next, I'll have port 2 on each switch defined as members of the same vlan, but they will be passing traffic between each other over port 1's trunk. I basically need assistnace on the proper vlan configuration. I do not want the vlans I define to be able to communicate with each other.
Can someone help me get started with this?