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Hi guys i have trouble create trunk ports between cisco switch 3550 and 3com 4200G switch with 3com to understand vlans and assign port into them. I know how to configure cisco switch trunk , but not so sure about 3com config.Thanks.
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3Com Configuration Guide

int g1/0/1
 port link-type trunk
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