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Configure a UPLINK port on Cisco 2950 Switch

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Help... I am having a hard time trying to configure FA0/1 port to be my UPLINK port.  I have a stright through cable going from a drop to the first port.
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Don Johnston earned 250 total points
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Assuming there is switch at the other end, are you using a crossover cable?

You mention it's coming from a "drop". Make sure there is only ONE crossover cable between the two switches. Two crossover cables = a straight through cable.

-don
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thank you
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