ICND2 3.0: Spanning Tree Overview
Cisco ICND2 3.0
3 Videos | 1h 33m 59s
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Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) identifies and terminates redundant links to provide a loop-free network. Explore STP operations, as you prepare for the 200-105: Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Part 2 certification exam.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
define the switchports that broadcast traffic exitdescribe how Spanning Tree Protocol corrects for switching loopsdescribe the purpose of the Spanning Tree Protocolrecognize the state that Spanning Tree Protocol uses to prevent switching loopsspecify the consequences of a switching loopdefine how switches know the cost to the Root Bridge of neighboring adjacent switchesidentify the properties of a Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDU)identify the revised IEEE cost assigned to ports in Spanning Tree Protocol
specify the Bridge ID value that STP would elect as the Root Bridgespecify the switchport property that would have the highest priority in being elected as the Root Portidentify the only STP port type used on Root Bridge active switchportsrecognize the protocol name and IEEE standard that have faster convergence times when switchports transition up or downrecognize which version of STP to use when ports need to converge as fast as possible while keeping VLANs in their own spanning-tree instancesspecify the correct order of precedence used to determine the switch that will be assigned a designated port when two switches share a segmentspecify the spanning-tree protocol to use when different VLANs need their own STP instance and convergence must occur as fast as possible
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