How to form a trunk between Cisco and netgear gsm7248 switches?

This is using a CISCO Catalyst switch 2960-24 port. There is another netgear GSM7248v2 switch. On Cisco switch, there are VLANs 1, 10, 20, and 30. Howerver, there are only VLANs 1, and 10 on netgear. I managed to form an uplink between these 2 switches carrying only vlan 10, and this is how i configured:

     Cisco:
     int gig0/23
     switchport mode access
     switchport access vlan 1
     
     netgear (GUi):
     On switching, VLAN Membership, select Port 23 (Untagged for VLAN 1, but "empty" for VLAN 10)
     On PVID, select Port 23, tick VLAN 1

the VLAN 10 works perfectly on this uplink (as access port). However, I used the same method for vlan 1, but failed.

How can I form a trunk link carrying both vlan 1 & 10 between these 2 switches?

These are my configuration:

Cisco:
int gig0/24
switchport mode trunk
switchport trunk native vlan 1
switchport turnk allowed vlan 1,10

netgear:
on switching, select port 24 as VLAN 1 (Untagged), and VLAN 10 (Tagged)
On PVID, select port 24 as VLAN 1

Anything missed out?


thanks in advance.
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MichaelBalackAsked:
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Miles MConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Your second configuration looks good. it's exactly as you would want it to be.  vlan 1 untagged and vlan 10 tagged.
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Craig BeckCommented:
Do:

show spanning-tree blocked

...and post the output please.
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MichaelBalackAuthor Commented:
Thanks for Expert Miles M in pointing out that the configuration for both Cisco and netgear switches are correct. Yes, it works. I can get both vlans conveyed in the trunk.
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