We have two core procurve switches (5304xl), and a server that does NIC Teaming.
Server NIC1 - connects to switch 1 (port C10)
Server NIC2 - connects to switch 2 (port A4)
The two switches are connected via a 4-port trunk, and have spanning tree enabled.
I'm assuming that since the switches are not aware of any "link aggregation" going on, they are using Spanning Tree to block one of these ports.
How do I find out on the switch side if either port C10 on switch1 is being blocked by spanning tree, or if the other port on switch 2 is being blocked?