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switch to switch vlan problem

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I am unable to get connection to a computer connected to  vlan 30 on the HP 1800, which services my thin clients.

The topology is HP5300---->HP6108---->HP1800

On the HP6108 port 8 is tagged to connect to the upstream HP5300. I have tagged port 1 for users and thin clients so to communicate with downstream HP1800.

On the HP1800 i have vlan 30 members as ports 1-5, 8. vlan 10 members are port 6, 7, 8. Port 8 is tagged for communication with HP6108.

When i connect a thin client to any of ports 1-5 on the HP1800 i get no address assignment.

I've been at it for about a week with no luck. Any ideas would be appreciated. Images attached.
hp1800.jpg
hp6108.jpg
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So to confirm you should see this config in your switches:

ProCurve 5300, where An is your link to the 6108
vlan 1
 untagged An
vlan 10
 tagged An
vlan 20
 tagged An
vlan 30
 tagged An

Your port on the 6108 that goes back to the 5300 should match the above.

Your port on the 6108 that goes to the 1800 should match this (Where XX is the port that goes to your 1800):
vlan 10
 untagged XX
vlan 20
 tagged XX
vlan 30
 tagged XX

That will fix any connectivity issues.
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