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STP Vs. RSTP – Answer 2

This next #CCNA STP vs RSTP question zeroes in on RSTP scenarios, but the question and answers also emphasizes some of the similarities between the two. As usual, the answer post gives the answers, and the reasons why each answer

STP Vs. RSTP – Question 2

The #CCNA exam has some challenges with the discussion of STP vs RSTP. The old age of STP means that many people come to their CCNA study with preconceptions, some of which may get in the way. RSTP, while more

STP Vs. RSTP – Answer 1

The first STP vs RSTP question in the series asked only about STP, as a way to get you thinking about the features in common between STP and RSTP. Today’s post gives the list of correct answers, plus makes a

Answer to the #CCNA STP 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

#CCNA Fast Start: a Spanning Tree Question

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

#CCNA Fast Start: Spanning Tree

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

STP Puzzle #3 – Answer Part 1, and Part 2 of the Problem

Plain and simple: check out the STP Puzzle 3 problem statement, and predict all the STP details you can. Todays post gives what I think you can (and cannot) figure out from the initial problem statement. It also gives more

STP Puzzle 3

Who will be elected root in this latest #CCNA STP Puzzle? I just voted, so it made me think about doing another STP puzzle series. The first step: which switch becomes root? Big picture: Today’s post gives you part

An MC Question with STP, 802.1Q, ARP, and MAC tables

Today’s post is a question that comes with the ICND2 Official Cert Guide. A reader had sent in an errata email, claiming the question was wrong (it wasn’t in this case), but this question is packed with tons of learning