Category: Cisco

Understanding Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol

Understanding Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol¬†–¬†Standard Spanning Tree Protocol (802.1D) is a protocol specific to Cisco Switches and was developed to prevent loops that occur on the network. In the link or the cable failure that occurs on the network configured the Spanning Tree Protocol, it is calculated the routes for the packet outgoing to the destination.
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Understanding Spanning Tree Portfast

Understanding Spanning Tree Portfast – When a computer or server is connected to a Switch port, it can access the network and communicate with other devices. Layer 2 Switches cause network Loops, which can be prevented by the STP protocol.
Understanding Spanning Tree Portfast

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Understanding Spanning Tree Port States

Understanding Spanning Tree Port States – When a switch is first turned on, all the connection points (interfaces) on it go through 4 states. These situations are; Blocking, Listening, Learning, and Forwarding port status. In addition, status 5 is disabled.
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What is Spanning Tree Protocol in Switching? | Understanding STP Protocol

What is Spanning Tree Protocol in Switching? | Understanding STP Protocol – In today’s computer networks, network redundancy is very important. The continuity performance of network devices that are well configured on the network increases at the maximum level. Connecting the switches with more than one network cable means network redundancy.
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