I have a switched network with a 6509 and a bunch of 2924's and 3548's that has been using ISL for its trunking protocol. Now I've purchased some 2950's and have discovered that they don't support ISL and I have to convert to 802.1q. How painful is this going to be? Any gotchas that I need to be aware of?
Thanks. I didn't think it would be too difficult, but you never know. Is the lack of ISL support a trend? I've been looking for some sort of statement on the website that would indicate whether Cisco was going to continue to support ISL in future products but haven't yet found anything.
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