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200-301 V1 Ch10: RSTP and EtherChannel

Packet Tracer Labs – CCNA Vol 1, Chapter 10

Packet Tracer Labs – CCNA Vol 1, Chapter 10

🕔09:05, 14.Nov 2019

As with all the blog posts in this series, this post helps you with working through how to perform the examples in the CCNA 200-301 Cert Guides (Volumes 1 and 2) using Cisco’s Packet Tracer tool. However, this next chapter

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Interpreting show stp (1) – Answers

Interpreting show stp (1) – Answers

🕔09:05, 26.Jan 2018

Of all #CCNA topics in the ICND2 half of CCNA, Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) looms with more intimidation than most. As for Mastering STP verification, the process begins with mastering the show spanning-tree command. This latest sample question focuses on

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Question: Interpreting show stp (1)

Question: Interpreting show stp (1)

🕔10:05, 24.Jan 2018

To analyze Spanning Tree for #CCNA, you need to think about the root switch, then the root ports on the non-root switches, and then designated ports. That analysis usually begins with the show spanning-tree command – a command that packs

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Answers: L2 EtherChannel 2

Answers: L2 EtherChannel 2

🕔13:10, 8.Jul 2016

This latest lab asks you to configure layer 2 EtherChannels, but starting with a partial configuration already. Go back and check the lab exercise, create your answer, and check your answer here.

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L2 EtherChannel 2

L2 EtherChannel 2

🕔13:05, 7.Jul 2016

Both layer 2 EtherChannel and layer 3 EtherChannel use the same set of commands to create the channel, either through static configuration or using a dynamic protocol (LACP or PAgP). Today’s lab provides a little exercise on all three options

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Answers: L2 EtherChannel 1

Answers: L2 EtherChannel 1

🕔09:05, 21.Jan 2016

Today’s lab: Check your static EtherChannel config. It’s pretty simple, but worth a quick review. Answers below the fold as usual. And check the original lab post for the lab exercise.

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L2 EtherChannel 1

L2 EtherChannel 1

🕔09:05, 19.Jan 2016

#EtherChannel takes a big step towards improving STP. With two links between switches, but without using EtherChannel, each instance of STP could use only one of the links blocking the other link. With a layer 2 EtherChannel, STP treats the

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STP Vs. RSTP – Answer 4

STP Vs. RSTP – Answer 4

🕔09:05, 19.Jul 2014

Today’s question once again gets specific about RSTP logic instead of STP. Look back to the original question first before looking at this answer. As usual, the answer post gives the answers, and the reasons why each answer is either

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STP Vs. RSTP – Question 4

STP Vs. RSTP – Question 4

🕔09:05, 14.Jul 2014

This will be the last one of these STP vs. RSTP questions for a while, unless I hear a clamoring for more! This next question follows the same format. One secondary goal of giving you several questions (with 24 different

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STP Vs. RSTP – Answer 3

STP Vs. RSTP – Answer 3

🕔09:04, 14.Jul 2014

Today’s question and answers actually exercise more STP logic than RSTP, with the RSTP materials basically reviewing terms and features. Look back to the original question first before looking at this answer. As usual, the answer post gives the answers,

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