I have a stack of SGE2010P switches with 3 vlans (1, 10 and 255) on it. Connected to it via a trunk port, I have a SF300-24P.
On the trunk ports, I have vlan 1 untagged, vlans 10 and 255 tagged (on both sides, obviously).
On the SGE2010 stack, I can set a ports primary vlan id to vlan 10, and workstations work correctly.
On the SF300, if I set a port to type general, and the ports default vlan to 10 (on the port to vlan page), I cannot get any communication to work.
This is my first time with a non-CLI switch, and am having real problems figuring out how to troubleshoot this problem.
Any pointers would be appreciated.