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I've forgotten some information on VLAN protocols. I am butting my head against the wall right now trying to get the VLANs on my Cisco 2811 router to change to up/up from up/down. Does anyone know how to get the protocol of a VLAN to go "up"? I'm just plain forgetting it all right now.
We have 2 switches with different ip range say 10.1.10.0 and 10.1.15.0.I want to connect both the switches with same vlan say vlan 4 so that they can communicate.switch 1 should be valn 2 and vlan 4 but switch 2 should be vlan 4.