So I have an older Cisco 3560G 48PT switch and I've purchased a new Cisco 3560G 48PT switch. I took the config on the old one and copied it to FTP.
I set up the new switch and copied the older switches config to it.
It seems like everything copied fine except when we went to replace the switch a couple of our links were amber lights and never came on correctly. Looking at these links they were on a VLAN we had, VLAN 102...
Now in the config on the NEW switch when i do a Show run everything is exactly the same as the old, VLAN 102 is THERE with an IP address assigned to it, the strange thing is when I connect to the NEW switch with Cisco Network Assistant, that vlan does NOT show up in the configure vlans section or the intervlan routing wizard...on the old switch it does....so I'm thinking my issue is something to do with the vlans, but i'm not sure what the issue is because when I do a show run side by side the old and new switch match exactly, all the vlans are there, everything is the same (with the exception the new switch has an extra line at the top of the config "system mtu routing 1500" i'm not sure what that is but
Is there something that doesn't get copied right when copying configs that I should be aware of, with vlans?
I've tried erasing the config on the new switch and recopying it, with no success, i even ran a no shutdown command on the vlan 102 and it still doesn't show up in cisco network assistant..
Now I went in and deleted the vlan from the command line and recreated it and it shows up now in cisco network assistant, but did I do something wrong? or is this some kind of bug?