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We have a VLAN 10 setup but I’m new to these and I need to get it running from another switch for some AP’s.

The AP’s work fine on the VLAN 10 when connected directly to the HP 2910al-48G-PoE Switch (J9148A) switch but the AP’s are POE and the switch cant power all 4 and the keep dropping POE on the ports.

I’ve put in an 8 port M4100-D10-POE ProSafe and tagged the ports with VLAN 10 but the VLAN stops working. I’m unsure how to configure the VLAN between the two switches.
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by:Chris Emmett
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Hi the link between the switches needs to be set as a trunk port and not tagged as the vlan you are using
The device is on a tagged port on the vlan via trunk port to the next switch then from the trunk port of the second switch to the edge port with the vlan
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by:Glyn Merritt
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I see that makes sense. Do you have any experience on that configuration on either of the switches I have?
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Thank you.
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