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Hi ,

I have purchased cisco Gbic for my fibre connection. (cisco 3560 and 3750 G series)

Please guide me should i need to configure port 25 to port 28 or just leave it default and insert Gbic connector in it.

thanks
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Question by:arhc
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by:Tribus
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I would start with the defaults and then modify as necessary only.
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by:arhc
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this means it will work as trunk ports no need to configure the ports for trunking
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You need to configure it as any other ordinary port.
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you should define the trunking protocol and static assign the switchport to trunk as following:

 switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
 switchport mode trunk
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