VLAN trunking has been setup on the 3550 switch, but on the 3750G, I cannot see the configured VLANs that the rest of our network sees. All I can see is the default vlan info. I have done this a gazillion times before, so I don't know what I have missed this time....
By default, aren't all ports set to dynamic desirable? And if so, wouldn't the 3750 negotiate a trunk with the other switch? Since the original poster didn't post that part of the config, I assumed it was left as default. If that's not the case, I apologize. BTW, I also like to force trunk ports to trunk and turn off all negotiation. It prevents weird things from happening. :)
To the original poster, verify that there is a trunk (I agree with d-fillmore; force it to trunk) and check your VTP mode, domain, and password on the 3750.
FYI - I have another setup which is pretty much identical, and I have only setup trunking on one switch and left the other end without trunking. The only difference is both of the switches are C3550-48's. These two connections have always worked fine.
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