Re: Differences between 3550-24-SMI and 3550-24-EMI
["One Step Beyond"]
| Take my word for it.
| "Steinar Haug" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
| > ["One Step Beyond"]
| > | 3550 can do subinterfaces on the routed ports. Even SMI can do this
| > | sure you can use secondary addresses on those subinterfaces with SMI.
| > | However, you CANNOT do dot1q encapsulation on a routed port on the SMI
| > | image. You need to use the EMI image to do that.
| > I'm willing to believe 3550-EMI and dot1q encapsulation on a routed port
| > if you can show me a working example - not otherwise. I can't find
| > in the documentation which indicates this is possible.
I'm afraid your word is absolutely useless here - it doesn't help me
find out *how* to do this if it were indeed possible. So until this is
documented, or somebody shows a working example, I'm going to assume
it is *not* possible.
Steinar Haug, Nethelp consulting, email@example.com
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