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Trunk Link

By looking at the diagram, can a trunk link be formed between the two switches? Or would I need a router on each side?

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Purple

Re: Trunk Link

Yes it should form a trunk if the lan extender allows it , also a 3550 is a layer 3 switch/router .

Trunk Link

Dear shimabuku,

     Yes i am agree with Mr.Glen.Grant. 3550 Switch has a character of Router/Switch that is called it is Layer 3 switch. So that you can make trunk between two switches. You no need to add router on this network.

Thanks and regards,

Chandhuru.M

Thanks and regards, Chandhuru.M
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Trunk Link

Friend,

A lan extender is nothing but to extend the area covered by a switch/hub, so it should be a trunk anyhow it is suggested to check the documentation for the extender.

hope it helps !

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