We are consolidating offices and we have bought a second catalyst 4506. We've assumed that we can simply connect the GBIC uplink ports of the Supervisor II-Plus modules to each other. We'll want to span some VLANs but not all. I'm on the hook to make this work and I've found documentation that almost describes what I think I need to do. Any advice, direction, or words of encouragement will be appreciated. Thanks!
Okay... the rest of the order arrived, the switch was racked, a UPS was installed... And I got access to the switch - yesterday. This was the first time that I've administered more than one switch. I think I'm somewhere in the middle of a learning curve: I implemented VTP (one server, one client) and fiddled around until the number of VLANs matched (show vtp status). I seem to have connectivity (a workstation on the new switch works), but show vlan only lists ports in VLAN 1 (default). Am I missing something?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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