Posts Tagged ‘spanning tree’

Stacking Cisco 3750 switches

| January 15th, 2012 | 27 Comments »
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There are a lot of articles out there on the web for Cisco's 3750 switches. However, there is no promise that those blogs will continue to stay up, so I've decided to create my own blog with my own experiences with Cisco's 3750-E's and 3750-X switches with many tips along the way! I decided to break ...

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To portfast or not so fast?

| March 25th, 2010 | No Comments »

Cisco's portfast feature, which later became an implemented feature in RSTP (802.1w) is an interesting feature. It's purpose is to bring an interfaces state to a "Forward" state as quickly as possible. This, if you are using multiple switches and spanning-tree is being utilized. But what if you're not? How quickly does the interface go ...

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