As per guidance from Network admin at head office ,
At my site office on a Cisco Switch ( which is connected to head office Core switch ),
i configured a port to be Native vlan trunk port, to connect and use a "Cisco Access Point" on that port.
Everything was fine, until i configured another port on same switch, to be " Native vlan trunk port " to use another access point.
Well, when i done the same , old port came in to default vlan (vlan1)...!!
and the port on which i did the configuration , came in to native vlan, and now Access point is not working in old port but is working in the last port i have configured
Dear all IT Geek....What does that mean...?
Does it mean that in Switch only one" native vlan trunk port" will be allowed....?
or if no....is there any mistake i have done...? like below is the steps i followed
Cisco SW(config)#default interface f0/22
Interface FastEthernet0/22 set to default configuration
Cisco SW(config-if)# switchport mode trunk
Cisco SW(config-if)# switchport trunk native vlan 505
Cisco SW(config-if)# shutdown
Cisco SW(config-if)# no shut down
also please indicate, if i have to ask or inform Network admin at head office to do something from their end, to make work my switches with multiple ports in " native vlan trunk port " mode , so that i can use multiple access point on same switch.