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mstp and rstp procurve

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hi,

i was wondering if its possible to a spanning-tree network with 2 foundry switches running rstp and one procurve running mstp.

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hi!
I suppose it should be possible, because in case of mstp there is always domain with ID 0 and it should work perfectly with rstp. however I would recommend running some tests prior lunching this solution to a production environment...
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