I have an issue with VLANing. I have everything configured properly on 8 switches and a router. This is a router-on-a stick design. I am planning on using 5 3560 Cat switches with VLAN 54(default gateway 10.10.54.1 VLAN1 10.10.54.2) and 3 3560 Cat switches with VLAN 51(default gateway 10.10.51.1 VLAN1 10.10.51.2). All switches have the trunk ports with dot1q configured properly as well as the subinterfaces on the router.
When I assign an Ip address to a client that is plugged into one of the swiches that have VLAN54 and try to ping the switch or router, the ping fails. The same is true when I try to ping the client from the switch or the router. What seems to be the problem ?
2- When should I configure a native dot1q on the router? Is it required when configuring a router-on-a-stick?
Attached is the output from the router and one of the switches.