Re: Interoperability between HP procurve and Cisco Switches
As VTP will only be recognised by Cisco switches, the vlans that you create in the VTP server switch will only be propagated to the VTP client switches.
Im not sure about your topology and how the switches are connected..
The new vlan details, which are created in the VTP server switch will not be available to the HP Switch. In this case, you have to create the vlan once again in the HP switch as per your need and assign ports to it.
Ensure that the inconnecting links from the HP switch to Cisco switches are properly configured. IF the interconnecting links are trunk links, then you can only use 802.1q trunks, as isl tagging is proprietary to Cisco switches.
Also ensure that the spanning tree protocol that you select in your topology is compatible with that of the one supported by the HP switches.
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