Ok, I have a cable between two cisco switches. The port on switch A is configured as switchport access vlan 2 and the port on switch B is configured as switchport access vlan 3. For the sake of the current question let's say I cannot change the number of these access vlans. Also, because these are access ports, traffic should be untagged and a trunk is not formed. Traffic is successfully transferred between switches.
However, I am getting a "Native Vlan Mismatch" error.
Aren't these mismatches generally shown only when a trunk is formed?
Will the same problems associated with trunks and a native vlan mismatch occur?