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Cisco, linksys

Hi

I do not know if this is optimum place for this, however I believe that you can help me. I have n switches Cisco in my net, using VTP, acquired one switch of linksys (layer 2) however vlans (inserted manually) does not talk. The problem is not the VTP therefore it is proprietor Cisco, in such a way I created manually vlan in linksys however, vlans ?is not said?. What you finds that can be?

Peterson

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Re: Cisco, linksys

Hi Peterson,

You are right, VTP is Cisco proprietary, and thus you'll need to configure the VLANs manually on the linksys, and also you must make sure that both switches are connected via a trunk link, for VLAN x on the Cisco switch to communicate with VLAN x on the linksys switch.

HTH, please do rate all helpful replies,

Mohammed Mahmoud.

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Re: Cisco, linksys

HI.

Both ports are trunk. But don't have communicate. Only the vlan administrative. I saw one link in linksys saying to modify the STP. But I am not certain, therefore to modify the type of STP in my net I will have that to stop an environment in production. I have that to have full certainty of that this would function.

Peterson

Re: Cisco, linksys

Hi,

Is VLAN1 your native VLAN on both sides ?

What STP type are you using on both sides ?

BR,

Mohammed Mahmoud.

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Re: Cisco, linksys

Hi.

My administrative vlan is 119 on both sides.

In switch Cisco the STP type is

In switch Linksys don't have indication STP type. I disable in ports, including port trunk

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Re: Cisco, linksys

HI

switch Cisco the STP type is PVST

switch links the STP type is RSTP

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