If I look at the above VTP information I see they both are not synchronized between eachother.
Question what happens/impact when you change the vtp version to 2.
I dont see any impact, were in if you configure with the same domain and password the remote switch would get sychnozed with the server with proper vlan information.
The major difference between VTP version 1 and version 2 are:
1. Support for Token Ring Vlans.
2. Version 2 supports consistancy checks. This means that when new information about the VTP domain is entered through the command line or some other method like SNMP, VTP version 2 will perform the consistancy check. VTP version 2 will not check a VTP frame if is it received from another VTP peer or if the information is obtained from NVRAM. The VTP peer will perfom a MD5 hash check on a VTP frame received from a VTP peer and if it's correct, it will accept the message.
3. In VTP version 2, if a switch is in transparent mode, it will forward the message without checking version information. A transparent switch using VTP version 1 will check the domain and version before if forwards the frame.
Best practice would be:
NOTE: Change the Remote switch mode to Transparent, do all the required changes and made it to be client to avoid any issue.
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