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tokenring ring number hex or decimal?

Hi,

I checked the cisco document, the tokenring switch 3900/3920 uses hexdecimal as the ring number, while the router tokering interface, it use demimal ring number, is there any in-consistancy? don't I need to convert them when doing configuration?

Thanks a lot.

Fujin

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Re: tokenring ring number hex or decimal?

You are correct that ring numbers must be entered in hex on the 3920/3900. When configuring vlans on the Cat5000, ring numbers can be entered in hex by using the "ring" keyword, or in decimal using the "decring" keyword.

On router platforms using IOS, including the Cat5000 RSM, ring numbers are always configured in decimal form.

You will need to convert from hex to deciamal to make sure that ring numbers are consistant.

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