Hi, I've been asked to configure a switchport to match the one next to it. easy enough right, except there seem to be some commands required that are not in the config. Can you help? Here are the 2 ports:
SWITCHA#sh run int fa5/10 Building configuration...
Current configuration : 290 bytes ! interface FastEthernet5/10 description Port 106 switchport access vlan 111 switchport voice vlan 107 service-policy output autoqos-voip-policy qos trust cos no snmp trap link-status auto qos voip trust tx-queue 3 bandwidth percent 33 priority high shape percent 33 end
SWITCHA#sh run int fa5/11 Building configuration...
Current configuration : 290 bytes ! interface FastEthernet5/11 description Port 107 switchport access vlan 111 switchport voice vlan 107 service-policy output autoqos-voip-policy qos trust cos no snmp trap link-status auto qos voip trust tx-queue 3 bandwidth percent 33 priority high shape percent 33 end
SWITCHA#sh int fa5/10 trunk
Port Mode Encapsulation Status Native vlan Fa5/10 auto negotiate other 1
Port Vlans allowed on trunk Fa5/10 none
Port Vlans allowed and active in management domain Fa5/10 none
Port Vlans in spanning tree forwarding state and not pruned Fa5/10 none SWITCHA#sh int fa5/11 trunk
Port Mode Encapsulation Status Native vlan Fa5/11 auto negotiate not-trunking 1
Port Vlans allowed on trunk Fa5/11 107,111
Port Vlans allowed and active in management domain Fa5/11 107,111
Port Vlans in spanning tree forwarding state and not pruned Fa5/11 107,111
DON'T KNOW IF IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE, BUT ONE PORT IS UP AND THE OTHER IS NOT PLUGGED IN YET:
I am puzzled about this question. In the beginning you say that you need to configure a port like another port on the switch but that some commands appear to be missing. But as I look at the two ports that you show they seem to be quite the same. What did I miss? What is not the same? What do you think is missing?
Hi, Thanks for taking a look. I guess my concern is that when I run this command:
SWITCHA#sh int fa5/10 trunk
on each interface, I get different results. One says 2 VLANs are allowed. the other says none. So I would say they do not match in terms of functionality. The question is: what else do I need to do to get the ports to match?
This does shed a different light on the question. In the original post and in my original response I focused on the configuration that was shown. And that shows interfaces that appear to be configured as access ports - and the configuration is quite the same. Your follow up post focuses on the fact that negotiation for trunking is enabled on the switch and your question is really about the trunking aspect, which is not explicitly configured.
My guess at the explanation of the difference is that FA5/11 is up and has negotiated and has learned that two vlans are allowed while FA5/10 is not up, and so has not negotiated and has not yet learned what vlans are permitted on the trunk.
So my guess at what you need to do to get the ports to match would be that you need to connect FA5/10 similar to the connection of FA5/11.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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