SRW2048 - trunk port

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Mar 15th, 2010

Hi,

I have a question according trunk port behavior.

I need to connect Cisco Linksys to a Catalyst switch. On the Catalyst I have set up the port to trunk mode.

I have also put the SRW2048 port to trunk mode. But the switches are not able to communicate to each other.

Is there any possibility to set up on the SRW2048 to accept all tagged vlans on the trunk port. Because it looks like

to be a bit different behavior from cisco switches where are all vlans available on the trunk mode port.

I am talking about encapsulation dot1q (tagged Vlans)

The switch has teh newest firmware: v1.2.2d

Thank you for your response.

Juraj

I have this problem too.
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Correct Answer by Gerald Vogt about 6 years 9 months ago

Unlike the Catalyst, the SRW does not automatically add all VLANs on the switch to a trunk port. Instead you have to make all your VLANs member of the trunk mode port.

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Gerald Vogt Mon, 03/15/2010 - 07:36

Unlike the Catalyst, the SRW does not automatically add all VLANs on the switch to a trunk port. Instead you have to make all your VLANs member of the trunk mode port.

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