They only know issue that I can share with you is that on HP switches, you have to manually TAG all the vlans to a 802.1q trunk. On the Cisco switch by default Vlan 1 is the native vlan. Just make another vlan and assign it as the native vlan on the trunk port. This will tag all the vlans going to the HP switch.
It depends on what you mean you can't see the vlans. I don't think hp supports cisco's vtp yet. The newer switches do support cdp.
If you mean it doesn't work then you need to set the vlan tagging correctly on the procurve.
I wouldn't mess with changing the native vlan to correct this.
The key is to add the vlan that is the native vlan untagged to the port on the HP switch. This is normally vlan 1. You then add all the other vlans to the port tagged.
Unlike cisco almost every other vendor requires you to add each vlan (either tagged or untagged) to a port manually. Cisco by default allows all vlans and uses vlan 1 for what he calls native which is what everyone else calls untagged.
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