Admittedly my switch config is a bit of a mess due to having too many hands in the pot and changing infrastructure over the years. We're opening a new building next week and I'm diving in the core (a Cisco 6506) to create the VLANs for the building and I'm discovering some of the existing ones are defined in the core at the high school (like the security camera and wireless VLANs) and others for the same building are defined on their respective building's edge switch (typically a Cisco 3550). Basically out of six VLANs used in any given building will have three defined on the edge switch with other three on the core. The VTP server is always set as the building's edge switch. Would it be prudent to leave the management VLAN on the building edge switch, define the rest at the core, and point to the core as the VTP server? This is the direction I'm leaning, but just wanted to get some opinions. All the buildings are linked via private fiber and are configured as trunks. Thanks guys...