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L2 Switch configuration with unmanagable gigabyte switches

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Currently one of our branch is shifting to another location where it has one 48 Ports L2 Switch with wan data link from our head office. Can I connect and use the existing  unmanageable gigabyte switches  to the l2 Switch? The l2 Switch is D Link 48 ports.
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by:Sandeep Gupta
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yes..you have to config gig port as switchport.
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by:Zacharia Kurian
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can you elaborate please?
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Sandeep Gupta earned 500 total points
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your L2 switch must be like :

switchport acess vlan 2

you need you confgure your L3 switch similarly

int gig

swichport
switchport mode access
switchport mode acess vlan add 2

I am just typing command..please check the correct sequence on CLI
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by:Zacharia Kurian
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by the way, i forgot to mention the brand of the l2 switch. It is a D Link L2. Do you know the steps for this model?
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