I'm having some issues getting 3 trunked VLANs to work properly. My setup is I have a Cisco 2960 that is trunking from one Our main building 1, to a switch at building 2 and then going to a switch at building 3. Due to the connections between building I need to send multiple Vlans over the same connection. Below is the config from the port on my 2960 I have configured.
I then went into the SLM2024 at building 2 and created the VLans and set them as tagged on the incoming and outgoing ports. I then went to the SLM2024 at building 3 and set the VLans up and tagged them on the inbound port and made specific other ports access since the client will connect to those ports.
My issue is that I can't seem to get anything to pass. The only time I get anything to pass is when I change the PVID to 30 on the switch in building 2. That will allow the users on VLAN 30 to work, but the users on VLAN 130 & 133 do not work. If I change the PVID back to 1 VLAN 30 stops working.
All VLANs are created on all 3 switches. Any help anyone can provide will be greatly appreciated. Below is a rough sketch of what we have.
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