we have two vtp domains in our hosp. I have a switch I would like to share between the two. Have some ports vlaned to a network defined on one vtp domain and others to the others to a network on the other vtp domain. This should work right? with the management ip only on one vtp domain network.
That should work OK provided none of the VLANs overlap. Make sure the switch is in VTP transparent and define the VLANs locally on it. Make sure the trunks only allow the VLANs that are relevant to the domain they are talking to. I would also change the VTP domain name so that it matches neither existing name, just for safety.
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