An S series switch detects that a member on the U2000 is in another cluster

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A member device is in another cluster on the U2000. This is because the mVLAN configured on the member device is different from that configured on the command switch. The solution is to change the mVLAN on the member switch to ensure that the mVLANs of all switches in the cluster are the same.
Note: S series switches excluding the S1700 in V200R002 and later versions, and V100R006C05 do not support HGMP.

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Clusters or stacks of S series switches
A stack or cluster of S series switches is a logical switch consisting of multiple stacking-capable or clustering-capable S series switches. In V200R001C00 and earlier versions, S series switches only set up stacks. In later versions, S series fixed switches set up stacks, and S series modular switches set up clusters. Please ask questions about specific switch models. The following information is possibly related to your question:

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