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Cisco 350 Configuration

Dear Members

I have 2 switches (2960, cisco 350) and 24 Aruba IAP 207 in my network environment. My native vlan is 5 and all the switches & Aps are on this vlan. All aps are working fine with 2960 switch as ports connected to APs are trunk as there are multiple SSID in network environment.

The issue arises with i connect AP with cisco 350 switch. I am not getting how to keep port 12 as trunk port so that vlan 6 passes as tag and vlan 5 passes as native vlan.

 

Please guide the procedure.

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Re: Cisco 350 Configuration

Hello m.umer1909,

the cisco 350 switch does not run IOS but a different firmware.

You can refer to the following links

command reference for Cisco 350 firmware version 2.2.5

 

https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/csbms/350_/cli_guide/CLI_Tesla_Sx350_2_2_5.pdf

 

And quick start guide in different languagues

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/switches/350-series-managed-switches/tsd-products-support-translated-end-user-guides-list.html?dtid=osscdc000283

 

On the first document after you download it you can search for "trunk" occurrences

You can find the following commands to be given in interface configuration mode see pag 1268 in the pdf in the CLI (shell)

 

interface gi12

switchport mode trunk

switchport trunk native vlan 5

switchport trunk allowed vlan 5,6

 

This configuration should allow you to connect the Aruba AP to the Cisco 350 switch on port 12.

 

Hope to help

Giuseppe

 

 

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