Has anyone here tried to mix a Catalyst switch (say, a 3500 or 2950) with a Cisco SG200-26?
I've got 4 VLANs setup on a 3500: 1 (default), 10, 20, and 30 I've tried to connect a trunk port (GBIC) out of a 3500, into a SG200, with the hopes of being able to assign ports to those particular VLANs on the SG200. So far, I've only been able to work on the default VLAN 1 on the SG200.
The only options I can see, are that I can create VLAN's on the SG200, and assign ports that way --- but that doesn't seem to be passing the VLANs, just creating them fresh again -- I think
Anyone have any thoughts or experience with this?
Out of the 3500:
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport mode trunk
Connected to the SPF port 26 on the SG200-26
Plugging into ports 1-24, I get a DHCP address from the default VLAN 1
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