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Vlans between an Edgemark 4700 series and Unifi US-24-250W Managed switch

Vlans between an Edgemark 4700 series and Unifi US-24-250W Managed switch

Vlans between an Edgemark 4700 series and Unifi US-24-250W Managed switch

(OP)
Any help is appreciated so thankx in advance. First of all I think the problem is the Unifi doesn't support MSTP (m spanning tree)

Edgewater 4700 has native Vlan and Vlan 7 for voice. there are 2 ports out of Edgewater to the switch. It all works great with my HP ProCurve I drag around to get my clients out of a pinch like the one they are in rite now, but its default Spanning Tree is MSTP. Edgewater works with the Cisco too but it is non POE so no can do on the Cisco. I can get the Unifi rockin at my house with my Fortinet Firewall one port untagged and tagged single feed to the switch

So its Spanning Tree Huh?

Does anyone know how I can get a single port untagged and tagged out of the Edgewater, or 2 feeds to the switch on the Unifi to work

Or Does anyone know the Gigabit version of the HP 2610?

Thankx for your help


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Telephone System Repair
Los Angeles

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