VLANs are new to me so please forgive me -
We have 5 Cisco sg500x switches. We need to create two vlans across some or all of the switches.
I have been successful in creating vlan1 on one switch and excluding and including ports to segregate traffic. My problem is I can’t get the other switches to see vlan1 that was created on the original switch. I have enabled gvrp on all switches and ports assigned to the vlan but no luck in getting vlan1 devices to communicate across switches. How do I make this work? I think my main problem is creating uplink ports between the switches to carry the vlan across.
How do I go about spanning vlans across the switches?
Can you set port 3 on both sides to access/tagged?
Again, I'm not familiar with this switch model and it's command set is different from typical Cisco IOS. This should tag the traffic as being vlan2 so it can pass over the trunk.
Do you have more than 1 connection between the switches? I'm not sure why STP forwarding would be a warning message.