I am just walking into an undocumented environment and ran across this and want to see what you guys think.
I have a 3550 that shows it is the server for the vtp domain 'foo'. Connected to it via a trunked port, is a 2950 that is also a server of the vtp domain 'foo'. Everything is working. What is going on here? I thought you couldn't have 2 servers in the same domain. Also, the configuration versions match. Any ideas?
You have can 2 VTP servers in a VTP domain and can co-exist together in a LAN. Infact it is a good Idea to have a VTP server redundancy in a LAN so that if one of the server fails there shouldnot be any VLAN database corruption issue which can bring the entire LAN down.
The VTP versions should MATCH in a VTP domain as both the verions are incompatible.
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