1900 switches only support ISL (as far as I am aware). If there are only two VLANs on the switch then you could run them as access links and have spanning tree load balancing. I am not sure if there is a later software release for the 1900 that makes them support 802.1q
There is one solution, although it is a bit of a pain. Put a isl/dot1q capable device (like a 2900XL) between the 2950 and 1900. This way you can ISL from 1900 to 2900XL, then dot1q from 2900XL to 2950. I know this is not ideal, but Cisco say they have no plans to support ISL on the 2950 !
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