Should I coordinate HSRP config with Spanning-tree priority?
Assuming there are two distribution switches (6509) and they each have vlan 2,3,4,5 and interface vlan 2,3,4,5 configured for access layer devices. I'm configuring HSRP active by alternating between two switches for odd and even numbered vlans. Supposedly to have load balancing. In this case, should I also configure spanning-tree vlan priority for those vlans to be consistent with the HSRP config or it doesn't matter at all? I'm looking it more from a load balancing perspective.
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