Hi guys I just want to ask how to do this: "The distribution switch is connected by trunk links to the access switches."

I included the whole Phase 2 instructions so you can better understand what I am trying to do. I've done all that's in this list already except for "The distribution switch is connected by trunk links to the access switches." How do I do that? I will also attach a topology picture that I created from Packet Tracer. if you see anything wrong with the way I connected the switches please inform me. Thank you very much

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INSTRUCTIONS:

Phase 2: Basic Switch Configurations (5 marks)

-Using Packet Tracer, create and connect three access switches, one distribution switch, the servers and PCs together to form basic connectivity.
-Name the distribution switch DistSW1.
-Name the access switches AccessSW1 and AccessSW2.
-On all switches, configure a login password as cisco, an encrypted privileged password as class, and provide secure telnet login capability. All passwords should be encrypted.
-Connect the access switches to the PCs representing ultimately the VLANs.
-Assign ip addresses to all PCs and the switches within the network 192.168.1.0 solely to test connectivity. These addresses are purely temporary.
-The distribution switch is connected by trunk links to the access switches.
-Configure port security on the ports to which the PCs are connected with a maximum of 1 and violation mode as shutdown.
-DO NOT create any VLANs at this stage.

So, you are trying to configure a complext network with Cisco gear? You have your work cut out for you. Nobody in their right mind would attempt to do so without real Cisco training. Contact them. They may have some on-line training material which would help you; however, I doubt that there are many lurkers on this site who are expert Cisco networking boffins. We have specialists at our company who deal with this stuff (Network Operations, or NetOps for short), and they have all the requisite training.