i don't want to know the all differences, i just want to be sure that the vlans will work:
so, i have a customer that have a 2950 with enhanced image, and he had layer2 vlans, and now he buy 2 more 2950 SWs but with standard image, and i want to connect then with trunk and make the same layer2 vlans with vtp, and thats all.
is there any differnce with layer2 vlans between standard/enhanced image?
pls do not bring me a link to the differnce page, cause i saw that allready, i want to be sure about that point specifically.
No as such there no difference on how the vlan works on Standard image 2950 and Enhanced image. But there is a differece on the number of vlans supported. SMI 2950 supports around 64 vlans while EMI 2950 supports 250 vlans. There are a lots of other feature diffrences as well. Please see the datasheet for both the switch models and have the diffrence with you.
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