I was troubleshooting a scenario where a switch with an access port connected to another device which has a built in switch, but the switch in that device is not configured with an access port at all, no vlan configuration is done, just the native vlan is there.
is that OK ? would the built in switch in this case act as a hub and work fine, or would it just use its native for it's connectivity to the switch (even though no access port configuration done under the port that connect to the switch)
Assuming everything is in access port (which is by default for L2 switches) and no trunk enabled between the switches, it should work. But be aware if you are going with multiple connections, it might result in looping.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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