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.
#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
This post answers the Spanning Tree question linked here. The short answer is that there are lots of right answers! What could impact the choice of root port in a triangle topology? All port costs except the root switch’s ports’
Here’s a new CCNA-level question to consider, this time on Spanning Tree Protocol. Before diving in, be warned, it’s meant for study prep, not for assessment. That is, I’m not attempting to make this question exactly like an exam question,
No muss, no fuss, let’s dig into STP for #CCNA with the explanation and answer to the previous post’s STP question! Complete with pretty pictures! Link to the question Link to the brief topic introduction
STP questions on the #CCNA exam require that you practice the rules for choosing the root switch, root port, and designated ports. If oyu ignore some of those pesky tiebreakers, the rules can be pretty straightforward. Often times, people understand
Although most everyone has moved their #CCENT and #CCNA study to the new exams by now, I’m still working on a few more topics and questions for this Fast Start series. Today’s post on Spanning Tree Protocol (#STP) starts another