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    Post Spanning Tree Protocol

    1. What is spanning tree protocol and rapid spanning tree protocol

    2. What is Redundancy in Spanning Tree Protocol

    3. Difference between spanning tree protocol and rapid spanning tree protocol

    4. What is root bridge, broadcast storm, Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDU) frame, root port, designated port, backup port, Per-VLAN Spanning Tree (PVST) and Per-VLAN Spanning Tree Plus (PVST+)

    5.main difference between root bridge, broadcast storm, Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDU) frame, root port, designated port, backup port, Per-VLAN Spanning Tree (PVST) and Per-VLAN Spanning Tree Plus (PVST+).

    # Just I want basic explanation only.
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    buy a study book
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    supertech10 strikes again.....
    Try google and doing a bit of research dude
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    haha, how do people get away with it. sheesh.

    Here we go.

    Let me google that for you
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    STP/RSTP - Prevents loops, one a lot quicker than the other. Nuff said.
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    Looks like someone is trying to get us to do their homework for them....
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    where is this homework exactly? in highschool? we did some programming but not rstp?
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    If you can't even use Google properly, you have no future as a tech.
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    Thanks for the questions. I am currently studying ICND2 and I knew those answers fairly well-nice confidence booster.
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    I started to answer your questions until I realized that there is no point. You´d better study STP a little bit and come back whenever you have specific questions.

    I´ll give you a summary, anyway:

    STP is used at layer 2 to prevent loops. Some form of redundancy can be achieved by using PVST. RSTP is way faster (up to 50 seconds convergence for STP and just a few for RSTP)

    And please, review your question 5... Main difference between root bridge and broadcast storm??? Not to mention what follows... I´ll answer that if you first answer which is the main difference between China, Michael Jordan and a pencil.
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    the person that started this post.. is just looking for discussion as i think he/she already knows the answers..
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