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Catalyst Express 500POE and their Linksys Cousin

Posted on 2008-06-25
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Have one Catalyst Express POE 24 port in a small office with two Linksys switches attached.
- model EZXS55W, 5 port 10/100 switch
- model SD208, 8 port 10/100 switch
Anytime either of these switches are plugged in to the Catalyst Express, it will only give out one IP. Get no connectivity on the other 4 ports. When we use a Cisco 2950 everything works fine.
Have tried:
-different cables
-different ports
-using smart switch feature on the Catalyst Express (telling it x port is switch)
No dice. Anyone?
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by:A929
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Also note:
Have tried using port 1 and not the uplink on the EZXS55W Linksys per their website with no sucess.
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lrmoore earned 125 total points
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Set the smartport role on the Express to none and be sure to disable port security on that port
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Irmoore,

Checking...not exactly an option, however, setting all ports to "other" which give unlimited MAC connections. Options for turning security off are greyed out in CNA and non-existant via the web interface.
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