Linksys SRW2008 Configure to use existing Cisco vlans

I bought a LInksys SRW2008 Managed 8 port switch to evaulate as a cheaper desktop solution for a managed switch as opposed to the more expensive Cisco 2960.  I am trying to configure the switch to use the existing vlans my company already has but with no luck.  I've only gotten as far it being a dumb switch where all the ports are using the vlan of the wall jack the switch is plugged into.

I've set up trunking on both ends, but can't figure out what else to do to make it work.  Any help would be appreciated.
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I haven't really used the new cisco/linksys small office line, but I have read a bit about them.  One presentation showed the vlans were to be configured via the "VLAN" tab in the web interface.  
kjdalenberg12Author Commented:
I was looking for far more detail than that, but I think I have it figured out now.
kjdalenberg12Author Commented:
Here is the process to get a LInksys SRW2008 managed switch confgured to use existing vlans hosted on a cisco device:

How to set up  a Linksys SRW2008 Managed Switch to use our vlans

1.      Serial Cable Console settings
a.      Speed is 38400
b.      Party is none
c.      Bits is 8
d.      Stopbits is 1
2.      Network setup
a.      Set via the serial console(easier than via web)
b.      Default login: admin
c.      Default password:  <<blank>>
d.      System Configuration Menu, IP Configuration, IP Address Settings
e.      Set the IP, netmask and gateway
f.      Save and exit, you should now be able to access the web interface
3.      Setup via Web
a.      Setup must be done in Internet Explorer, does not work in any other browser on any other OS
b.      Time setup
1.      Setup section, Time subsection
2.      The switch supports ntp
3.      Select “Use SNTP Time”
4.      Select Timezone, Eastern Standard Time is GMT-5
5.      Check the Daylight Savings Time box, then select USA next to it
6.      In the Server1 field, type in the IP address of an ntp server such as cronos
7.      Click the Save Settings link at the bottom
c.      VLAN setup
1.      Linksys switches do not support vtp, vlans must be entered manually
2.      Go to the VLAN Management section, Create Vlan subsection
3.      Enter an ID number for a vlan you want to use, use the same numbers that zathras has
4.      Give it any name you want
5.      Click the Add button, your vlan will show up in the list below
6.      Click the Save Settings link at the bottom to save your entries
7.      Go to the Port Settings  subsection
8.      The port on the switch that connects to the walljack needs to have it’s mode set to Trunk
9.      Click the Save Settings link at the bottom to save your settings
10.      Go to the VLAN to Ports subsection
11.      For the port that was set to trunking, click the Join VLAN button
12.      Select all vlans you created on the left, make sure Tagged is selected in the Tagging section, and click the Add button
13.      Click the Save&Close button
d.      Assigning ports to vlans
1.      Go to the web interface, VLAN Management section, Port Settings subsection
2.      For the port you want to assign, set it’s mode to General
3.      Set the PVID to the vlan you want to use
4.      Click the Save Settings link at the bottom
5.      Go to the VLAN to Ports subsection
6.      For the port you want to assign, click the Join VLAN button
7.      Select your vlan from the left, make sure Tagged is selected in the Tagging section
8.      Click the Add button, then the Save & Close button
9.      Warning, do not add multiple vlans to a port, it makes the port cry
10.      Your port should be good to go


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