Re: [nsp] Cisco to Bay Vlans

From: Everett Dowd (
Date: Tue Sep 07 1999 - 23:23:14 EDT

What you may want to try is set the link port to the bay as a trunk (dot1q)
I'll almost
bet that the trunk link will get the bay talking. I have a similar arrangement
with Cabletron SS9000
and Cat2924M's and unless I set the links as trunks on the catalyst 2924's
they have VLAN problems and disable the ports going to the SS9000's.

Maybe, maybe not...

Mike Gibbs wrote:

> Ok, has anyone had problems getting Baystack 350T vlans to work with a CAT
> 5500? I can't seem to get it working. Basically its a bay 350T connected
> to a cat5500 via fast ether, who is then connected to a 7513 via gigabit
> ether.
> I configured the router with both sde and isl (switched between the 2 to
> see if the other worked), using the SAId 100002 for sde, and nothing
> worked. Am I missing something?
> Mike Gibbs

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