Understanding Spanning Tree Protocol on Three Cisco Switches in Cisco Packet Tracer – STP (Spanning Tree Protocol) was developed to prevent loops in the Layer 2 layer. Let’s examine how Spanning Tree works between three Cisco switches.
Understanding Spanning Tree Protocol on Three Cisco Switches in Cisco Packet Tracer

Understanding Spanning Tree Protocol on Three Cisco Switches in Cisco Packet Tracer

In the previous article, we have examined what is Spanning Tree in detail. In this article, we will examine how STP works between the three Cisco switches in the Cisco Packet Tracer.

STP automatically starts in the Cisco Switches connected to each other by a cross cable and STP prevents looping. As soon as the STP protocol starts to operate, Port States occur. The interface of one of the connected switches put into Blocking mode and the other interface set as Designated Port.

You can watch how STP works and how Cisco Switch selects the Root, Designated, Blocking Ports and you can also subscribe to our YouTube channel…

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  Final Word

Understanding Spanning Tree Protocol on Three Cisco Switches in Cisco Packet Tracer – After watching the video above, you must be understood the Spanning Tree protocol’s basic logic. Although the STP protocol has a slightly mixed configuration, it is a very simple configuration. In our next tutorial, we will be examining the STP protocol in more detail.

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