We had to use ISL trunking on the first leg because even though the CatOS on the Cat5000 supports dot1q, the particular module (WS-X5111) only supports ISL.
We had to use dot1q trunking on the second leg because the 2950 series switches only support dot1q.
This was done on a live environment, with no VLANs enabled previously. I know best practice is not to use VLAN 1, but this cannot be helped.
The problem is VLAN 1 traffic works across the two trunks, but we are having trouble establishing connectivity from a device in VLAN 2 on the Cat5000 to a device in VLAN 2 on the Cat2950. Can anyone shed some light on the situation?
Also, VTP is running okay between all three switches.
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