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    Default CCNP Data Center - Bridge Domain

    Hi all,

    Maybe someone can help me understand this or confirm if my thinking is correct. I'm trying to understand bridge domain and what I've read so far its like a broadcast domain on the spine and it can broadcast to any subnet within that spine.

    Would that be a simple definition of what a bridge domain is?
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    Pretty well laid out - "Bridge domain interface is a logical interface that allows bidirectional flow of traffic between a Layer 2 bridged network and a Layer 3 routed network traffic. Bridge domain interfaces are identified by the same index as the bridge domain. Each bridge domain represents a Layer 2 broadcast domain."
    Source: A Networker's Log File: Concept of Cisco Bridge Domain Interfaces (BDI)
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