I have two switches, I'm trying to create a VTP trunk between the two, but for some reason, the client is not receiving any VTP database entries from the server switch. I tried almost everything, reloading the IOS, erasing the NVRAM, and erasing the VLAN data file. VLAN entries were successfully assigned to specific ports on the server switch and verified as active. Verification for convergence on the client switch, shows no available VLANs. I've included running-config and vtp verification outputs for both switches. If anyone can help me, it would greatly appreciated, thank you.
both switches are on the native vlan1 with /24 addresss and pingable.
Just curious, but do you have both switches set to the same vtp domain? Also, are you using a password for your vtp domain? When you say that you have reloaded the IOS, etc., did you do that to the client switch or the server switch?
both switches are in the same vtp domain, there is no vtp password set for the server or the client. I've erased nvram and vlan.dat's on the server and client, which did not helped. I have also zeroed the revision numbers by temporarly changing domains. Also both switches are able to communicate to each other, 'show cdp neighbors' provides a valid neighbor entry and i'm also able to telnet across the trunk.
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