can't telnet or ping through 3550 trunk link, but everything else works??
I have setup a 3550 int gig0/1 as a trunk link , no negotiate, permitting ALL vlan's. I have the native VLAN as vlan1 on both ends of the fiber trunk link. The other end of the link is a 4006 GIG card which also has vlan 1 as it's native vlan, also set to no negotiate for the trunk. I have set the appropriate switchport access on the 3550 and added the ip helper-address to point to the dhcp server that holds it's coorisponding ip pool and that works fine. For some reason I can't ping or telnet to the mngt. IP I put on VLAN1. Does anyone know what's going on here. I'll continue to troubleshoot.
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