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How to configure Trunk port in dell switches

Hi there, I am unable to configur trunk port in Dell switches, as i when configured uplink port into Trunk port it disallowed Vlan1 traffic to flow through it, hence users lost their connection who are in vlan1, Pls. suggest a solution for the same. Did you get this done? I have 2 Dell 5324 and need to set up port trunking? Anyone?

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If you can't find the manual on the Dell web site, there is a copy at: http://www.manualowl.com/m/Dell/PowerConnect-3548/Manual/188907

Did you use the command: ip http server ? See page 501 in the manual.

I would not recommend setting up a network switch with password-free access to the internet. You should at the very least limit access to a small subset of IP addresses (e.g. your network group's machines). The best practice is to use ssh communications or https with the web browser, otherwise anyone with a well-placed sniffer can read your clear-text traffic.

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