I think some more information is needed to find what is happening. When you say, you are tracing from odd or even vlan, it is not clear whether you are tracing from the switch themseleves or a device attached to that vlan. It is also necessary to know to which address or vlan to which you are attempting to do a traceroute. I would suggest that you first try to find on which link between the switches does the traffic flow for odd and vlans. This will depend on spanning tree if you have configured trunking between them and allowing all the vlans to be carried on the trunks. If your image supports, you can use the 'l2trace' command to find your layer2 topology. You can also find out who is the active HSRP router and depending on these, you should be able to understand the behavior.
Are you running HSRP? If yes, then you may be seeing IP address from that Interface VLAN. Also you've mentioned that you've configured VLAN's by priority. Are you tracking VLAN? For example "standby track VLAN XXX", which monitors VLAN XXX. Tracking can also be configured same as Priority statement.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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