Need Help Connecting (2) 2950 switches together, cant see each other
Can anyone please help me get my switches talking? I am currently in training for entry level certs and can't continue until i get these talking.
I have two 2950 switches connected via port 0/1 on both switches. (tried both crossover and regular cat5 connections)
I have both ports active and both VLAN 1s active and both ports set to switchport mode trunk
There is no port security enabled. Both switches have IP's assigned in the respective default VLAN 1.
IP address 10.1.10.10 for switch 1
IP address 10.1.10.11 for switch 2
VTP is set to server on both, ( I tried transparent on both as well )
I cant get these switches to ping each other and or access telnet from each other. If i connect an outside connection i can telnet individually to each but they wont see each other through ping or CDP Neighbors.
Any ideas?? Please help as i am trying to get my CCENT in a few weeks!
remove the vtp, or tests with one in client mode and the other one in server mode Now you are still using a cross cable? if you use a cat5 cable on 2950 you must insert auto-mdix command configuration seems ok
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