Hello. I was wondering what happened to traffic when it traverses VLANs that are being distributed using vtp.
For instance, say our core switch is a 4507R, with a 48 port line card, and it is the vtp server. It has three vlans on it, ip address 192.168.1.x (VLAN 10), 192.168.2.x (VLAN 20) and 192.168.3.x (VLAN 30), and traffic is routed around the subnets using inter-vlan routing.
Now, say we add a stack of 3750E's. They are trunked using a 4 interface etherchannel (one into each member of the stack). This stack will be the vtp client.
My question is, will servers plugged into each of the different vlans on the stack need to go back to the core through the etherchannel trunk in order to communicate with each other, or will the traffic stay local on the stack?
Does that make any sense at all? I can post a diagram if it doesn't.