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BE4000 connection with trunk port on SG250 switch

kilias
Enthusiast
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Hello all

 

Is there a way to use a trunk port of a switch to connect to a BE4000 appliance

or the connection is exclusively access?

I want to connect a SG250 switch to a BE4000 appliance and it seems that

there is no way to activate the second Gigabit interface (0/0/1) except 

if it used for SIP trunking.

 

Thank you

Dimitrios

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Sreekanth Narayanan
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Dimitrios, the connection is exclusively access. The gig0/0/1 cannot be used for anything other than SIP trunking. The BE4000 appliance is designed that way and that interface is locked.

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