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i have an Netgear FS728TS switch and i have to use 2 vlan with an cisco switch. (i have no problem about cisco switch configuration) vlan name=Default vlan ID=1 vlan name=AP vlan ID=307 there is F/O cable connection between two switches. 1/g1 port using for this F/O connection at Netgear...
I need to connect two switch FS728TS. I have 3 Vlan in each switch. How can I configure the common ports of every switch to achieve the 6 Vlans traffic flow on this link