I'm trying to connect a 3550 to a 3524XL switch. I have a crossover cable but I still have a down/down state on both ports. If I plug the cord into 2 ports on the 3550 it works. If I plug it into 2 ports on the 3524xl nothing happens. WHen I connect a router ethernet port to the 3524xl it comes up so I'm at a loss as to what would cause it. Keepalive, bandwidth, etc.....all is the same on both ends. Am I using the wrong type of cable. I've tried numerous crossover cables but it just isn't coming up. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
is the cross cable working properly(trying checking by connecting 2 PC's back to back) since you say that 3550 & 3524 ports r fine, how abt when u connect a pc to those on the 2 switchez? hav 2 set anything on the portz?try these optionz & lemme know.
Are both ends set as auto for speed and duplex . Are you sure the 3524 is in a operational state ? Anything in the logs , did fail POST or anything of that nature ? Also make sure the 3550 port is setup as a switchport and not a routed port .
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