Let say I have two 48 ports switches, one vtp domain set as "site1.example.com", another vtp domain set as "site2.example.com".
Both switches has VLAN 201 to 248, assigned to port 1 to port 48.
VLAN 201 to VLAN 245 in switch 1 are assigned to Site1 Customers and VLAN 201 to VLAN 245 in switch 2 are assigned to Site 2 Customers, with different IP addresses.
Both switches has the same vtp password.
If I connect the two switches together via port 48, which is assigned to VLAN 248.
Question: Will VLAN informations (eg VLAN 201 to VLAN 245) in Switches 1 interfere with VLAN information in Switches 2 or vice versa?
Thanks you in advance for any help given.
the switch compares the VTP domain name to its own VTP domain name. If the name is different, the switch simply ignores the packet. Thus no interference.
PS. To exchange VTP packets, the link must be a trunk ;-)
In real life - VTP server/client is almost not used