I just received a 548d to test with. I would like to configure it as an access switch, plugging into my Cisco core 9300.
On the Cisco side, I would typically configure something like switchport mode trunk switchport trunk native vlan X
On the uplink port to the core. And I’d assign an IP to VLAN X. From that point, I could SSH to the access switch.
I’ve been unsuccessful trying to accomplish the same on the 548d.
I created VLAN X and assigned an IP address to it. Then I assigned VLAN X as the native VLAN for the uplink port. However, I cannot ping the assigned IP address.
I did notice the link light on the 548 is green, but the Cisco side is blinking amber. I’ve tried a couple different STP settings on both sides unsuccessfully.
Am I missing something easy here, or going about the configuration wrong?
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Thank you for providing the details, so vlanX is native vlan on both FSW port and Cisco port.
vlanX is a layer3 vlan on FSW.
Can you try to map vlanX as native vlan on FSW internal interface as well?
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