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Problem with Linksys 2224 into Cisco 3524

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I have 3 Linksys Proconnect 2224 switches plugged into a Cisco 3524 switch.  They all work, but one of them has an orange light instead of a green light at the Cisco port end.  I'm not sure what to do to make the light turn green.

I'm also confused when I do a sho cdp nei on the Cisco.  
On the first switch: the interface shows 2 Cisco AP's that are plugged into the switch, but it doesnt list the switch in sho cdp nei.

On the second and third switches: the device ID lists the name of the Cisco switch, not the Linksys switch.

I don't have anything special configured on the Cisco ports for these switches.    
   interface FastEthernet0/22
   switchport access vlan 4

Can someone help clear the confusion?

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You might need to hard set the speed/duplex on both sides.
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Please close the question if your satisified
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