I have a 2948G-L3 connected to 3524XL via 4 Fast Ethernet Interface using port-channel ISL trunk. I want to expand my LAN, so I have a 3508G connected to 3524XL thru 2 Gigabit Ethernet Interface. From 3508G, the remaining Gigabit Ports are connected to 2948G-L2. My question is, the 2948G-L2 only supports 802.1q and all the interconnection of my switches is ISL. 2948G-L3 <---ISL---> 3524XL <---ISL---> 3508. Since I want to expand my LAN, I purchased 2948G-L2. If I connect my 2948G-L2 to 3508 via 802.1q, would it be possible if the PC connected to 2948G-L2 can access the server connected to 3524XL?
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