How to Work STP Protocol Between Four Cisco Switches in Cisco Packet Tracer? – In this article, we will examine the Spanning Tree Protocol between the four Cisco Switches using the Cisco Packet Tracer program.
How to Work STP Protocol Between Four Cisco Switches in Cisco Packet Tracer?
In our previous posts, we have examined Spanning Tree Protocol in detail. And we have looked at how STP protocol configures between 3 Cisco Switches.
In this article, we will examine how STP will choose the Switch as the Root Bridge after we have cabled all the Switches with cross cable by adding 4 Cisco Switches in the working area to understand the STP protocol logic in the Cisco Packet Tracer program.
In addition, we will look at how to select a port as Blocked Port (Non-Designated) on the Switch to prevent loops on the Layer 2 layer.
Good design of Spanning Tree Protocol is required for Layer 2 Switches. And therefore a redundant network will always have redundant paths. Blocking loops that may occur in such a redundant network requires serious work.
Examining STP Operation Between 4 Switches in Packet Tracer
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How to Work STP Protocol Between Four Cisco Switches in Cisco Packet Tracer? – In this article, we discussed how STP protocol works between 4 Switches and how to select Root, Designated and Blocked Ports as the basis. In our next tutorial, we will discuss the STP Protocol in more detail.
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