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How to put a switch into a VLAN w/o trunking

I have a Catalyst 2924XL, running 11.2 (8) - SA6 (highest it will run). All I want to do is to have every port on it running in the same VLAN. I have it hooked to another switch, with that switches port in the VLAN that I want. This works for an old Bay Networks unmanaged switch, why can't I get this to work with a Cisco!!! Please help!

-Mitch

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Re: How to put a switch into a VLAN w/o trunking

This should work, have you used a single cross over cable to link the two switches ?

I guess that you have ensured that both ports are running at the same speed ?

Regards

John

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Re: How to put a switch into a VLAN w/o trunking

John-

Thanks for your help. After your post, where you hinted I might be doing something stupid, I checked and I was! =) For some reason I had decided to put all the ports in the same vlan, when I should have just left them in vlan 1 and let the other switch handle the different vlans. Thanks again!

-Mitch

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Re: How to put a switch into a VLAN w/o trunking

If you are looking to assigning all the interfaces to a VLAN, the following document should help

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/793/lan_switching/3.html#xlvlan

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