Re: 7206 to 3750 gigabit fiber link is extremely slow
I am confused by the connection of a layer-2 switchport (3750) to a layer-3 routed port (7206). Is the ip address of the 3750's vlan interface a 10.1.7.x address?
And why do you have portfast enabled on a port that will connect to another network device? I thought portfast should only be used where a single, non-routing or bridging host is known to be on the other end.
Excuse my lack of knowledge about other methods, but I would connect the two devices with each end being switchports, either both are trunks or both are access ports; or, I would configure the 3750's port as a layer-3 interface with an IP address in the subnet. And I would not have portfast enabled in any case.
As far as layer-1, it's been my experience that Cisco devices connect to each other just fine when allowed to negotiate freely, and nonegotiate is only useful when the far end does not support Cisco's gig-ethernet protocol. Media converters are one example.
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