I have 2 cisco 3560 and I want to connect these together with a single network cable.
Switch A has 3 Vlans (1 - Company A,2 - Company B,3 - Public) and I want to connect this to Switch B. The problem is Switch B belongs to company B and all I want to go over the link is Vlan 2. If I put the port on Switch A into switchport mode access & switchport access vlan 2 all I get is an orange light on Switch A but a Green on Switch B. If I change the port to trunk mode the light on switch A changes to green.
What I really want to do is treat Switch B like a dumb switch.
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