I read where the 802.1q standard allows trunks to be put on a shared medium. I have always setup trunks in a point-to-point to configuration but we have a need to setup a single trunk between 3 or more devices.
The Config we are considering resembles the diagram below:
| h |
2924====| u |
| b |
==== is a 802.1q trunk
All the switches will have the same VLANs on them.
Trunks in your setup would be point to point still, but you would have two switches connected to a central "hub" switch via trunks. So, yes this works fine and it would allow all VLANs to exist on all switches. Hope this helps you.
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