Ok, this is my situation;
I have a CISCO 2948gl3 Layer 3 switch which I'm currently using to divede my network into VLAN's. This switch is most a router than a switch and because of that it doesn't support VTP protocol. ALso, it doesn't have a VLSN database itself, and the way to configure the VLAN's is through BVI's.
I recently bought a CISCO 3750G Layer 3 gigabite switch. This switch does have the VTP capability but it doesn't recognize the BVI command. In order to create VLAN's there is a VLAN database and with the same VLAN command I created all existing VLANS into it. I'm going to move all gigabit computers to this switch and they are in different VLANs accross the network, and because of that I need to have all VLANs (or BVI) on both switches to be able to comunicate between them.
How do I make the 3750 compatible with my current BVI configuration?
Is there something that must be enabled on the switch in order to be able to receive the current configuration?
OR if anybody has any suggestion at all It'll be greatly appreciatted.