1.1.7 Example for Configuring Basic STP Functions Highlighted

Latest reply: Nov 13, 2015 06:35:21 2863 4 0 0

Long time no see, guys. These days I’m too busy to learn HCIE, however, I decide to learn one chapter now. The configuration file of eNSP is attached as 1.1.7 Example for configuring basic stp functions.

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[SwitchC-Ethernet0/0/4]stp cost 200000

We should use command as above to specify path cost of Ethernet 0/0/4 of Switch C.

[SwitchC-Ethernet0/0/2]stp disable, we use this to disable STP on Ethernet 0/0/2 of Switch C, which is connected with PC.

Now we can see the output of Switch C:

[SwitchC]display stp brief

 MSTID  Port                        Role  STP State     Protection

   0    Ethernet0/0/1               ROOT  FORWARDING      NONE

   0    Ethernet0/0/3               DESI  FORWARDING      NONE

 0    Ethernet0/0/4               ALTE  DISCARDING      NONE

  Because the cost of Ethernet 0/0/4 is big, then it’s selected to be ALTE port to be blocked to avoid loop problem. Ethernet 0/0/2’s STP is disable, that’s why we can’t see it here.

    Why Ethernet 0/0/1 is selected as root port?

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    Because Ethernet 0/0/1’s port ID is 0x8002, which is smaller than Ethernet 0/0/3’s 0x8003. The smaller the higher priority.

 

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Created Nov 4, 2015 06:49:05 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

There is also MSTP, which is complicated. Just remember that, you can use multiple MSIs to give flow to different vlans.

For example, MSI1 for vlan 5 to 10, MSI2 for vlan 11 to 20, MSI0 is for default. Port priority and cost to decide while port to be blocked.

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Created Nov 12, 2015 16:42:58 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Many thanks

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Created Nov 13, 2015 06:35:21 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

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