The scenerio is like this.
Switch A --> CORE (4006) ---> Switch B
A and B are Cisco 2524 and the core is a 4006. The 4006 is VTP server, A and B are vtp clients. VTP information is propagating perfectly.
Vlan 103 has been setup on the core switch and has been asigned to ports on A and B. The user is on switch A and his resources are on switch B.
Switch B has vlan 103 assigned to a port with a hub attached. The hub is another network that contains the resources the user needs. DHCP, Internet etc.
Trunking has been configured between A to Core and B to Core.
When the user plugs into vlan 103 on switch A, he does not get DHCP from the hub on switch B.
If I configure another port on switch B has vlan 103 and plug into it, I get DHCP from the other network like I'm supposed to.
My question is why isn't the hub's broadcasts making it over to the user on switch A?
What should I look at?
Thanks for any help you can offer.