Cisco Catalyst 3550, 3560, and 3750 switches do not support Legacy Protocols, neither IPX nor AppleTalk routing.
In order to allow bridging of non-IP traffic — IPX/AppleTalk traffic — between VLANs, the Fallback Bridging feature must be used. This feature forwards non-IP packets that the switch does not route between VLAN bridge domains and routed ports.
Note: In order to use the Fallback Bridging feature, the switch must run the IP services image. This image was formerly known as the Enhanced Multilayer Image [EMI]).
I have two switches, both with SFPs. When I connect them directly, with a fiber patch cable, they work fine and trunk well. When I put them over a fiber backbone, they both go to down/down. We flashlight tested three separate backbone co...
Hi there, please move if in wrong forumI have a single switch (Switch1 10.10.6.10) with three VLANS (VLAN200, VLAN300 and VLAN400)I want to add two switches for more ports (Switch2 10.10.6.20 and Switch3 10.10.6.30) so all three switches have all three VL...
I have a Cisco Catalyst 3560-CX switch and an RV320 router.I am trying to configure my router only for VPN and the switch in layer 3, I have 3 Vlan: Vlan 2 (wireless data), vlan 3 (VoIP server) and Vlan 4 (NAS and web server), but I still can't ping with ...