All of our switches in our network are Cisco ISL Trunks. I recently purchased a WS-C2960-8TC switch and just realized it only supports DOT1q.
This trunk port connects to a 3508G, which has other ISL trunks to other facilities/switches on separate VLANS.
My question is, if I configure this single link as 802.1q and the rest remain ISL, will traffic get forwarded? Ideally, I would like to stay consistant and perhaps change the entire network to 802.1q, but right now, that is not an option.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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