Access switch (3550) is connected to Distribution switch (4506). I DO NOT want the access switch to have a trunk connection into the Distribution switch since only users in Vlan 3 will be on the access switch. Here's my configuration on the
Description Uplink to Distro
Here's the configuration on the distribution switch:
Description Uplink to Access
switch access vlan 9
How can I resolve the native Vlan mismatch in my log? If I put all ports on the access switch into Vlan 3 do I have to enable trunking since it's passing both Vlan 1 and 3? Thanks in advance.
Put the access and distribution switchport into "switchport access vlan 3" as Glen suggests. This will eliminate any confusion with vlan 1 and your error messages will go away.
You say vlan 3 I assume you mean vlan 9 . The only way to fix it is make sure both sides are in vlan 9 , the dist. switch interface says vlan 9. Instead of having all the access ports in vlan 1 you will have to create the layer 2 vlan 9 on the 3550 then put all your ports into vlan 9 , this will get rid of the message . If your 3550 management address is in vlan 1 now then you have to change your SVI to vlan 9 also instead of vlan 1 .
interface range f0/1 - 24
switchport access vlan 9
int vlan 9