I have 2 Linksys SR2024 switches connected. I got a new CE500 and connected it to the LInksys switch that has the servers plugged into. I can see my domain controller and SQL server but not my file server (cannot ping IP). Any ideas why.
If I connect my laptop to the new switch I can get an IP from the domain controller and see all server except the file server. I cannot ping the file server from my laptop at this point. This server is accessible via the Linksys switches.
There's a dirty little secret about CE500s. They turn on port security. That means you can't just stick another cheap-o switch to them to add more ports. The typical port configuration looks something like this:
I thought there might be something like that. My plan is to replace the 2 Linksys switched with CE500s, however, I do not want to replace them all at once. How would you suggest I phase out these old switches and add the additional switch?
If this is any help to anyone, I had to set my SmartPorts to "Other" to get them to work with non-managed Netgear (16 and 24-port) and LinkSys (5-port) switches, and LinkSys and Telex wireless routers/antennas.
Unless I am missing something, or don't know what I'm doing (which is highly likely), Cisco Network Assitant only sees Cisco managed devices. Nothing else on my network is seen.
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