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    hp procurve and netgear switches

    hi guys

    we have a hp procurve at the core and some at the edge network, they both talking fine they all have stp enabled, when i ping the switch i get a response within 1ms

    when i have join our old netgear 7224 to the main switch i get random repsonses back from the netgear switches, now these were fine in till we installed the the hp core switch.


    any ideas

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    Have you chacked which one is being elected the STP master, if the priority is set up on the netgear one and a new elecion is triggered your traffic could be attemptint to find and allocate the best route to one of your edge switches rather than your core.

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