Cisco BCMSN 3.0: Implementing Spanning Tree

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To implement spanning tree operation in a hierarchical network

Target Audience

Network administrators, network engineers, network managers, systems managers, or network designers.

Prerequisites

Completion of the course Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices (ICND)

Expected Duration

255 min.

Course Objectives

Cisco BCMSN 3.0: Implementing Spanning Tree

  • identify traffic patterns in a bridge loop and in 802.1D STP.
  • identify the features of a root bridge and the four port roles.
  • recognize how switch ports determine their role in STP.
  • identify how enhancements are provided to STP and how to configure PortFast.
  • troubleshoot STP in a given switching scenario.
  • identify the features of RSTP operation, port states, and roles.
  • recognize the steps in the RSTP proposal and agreement process.
  • identify the steps in the RSTP TCN process.
  • identify the commands and procedure to implement RSTP in the switched network.
  • identify the features of MSTP.
  • identify the MSTP commands and procedure to implement MSTP in the switched network.
  • configure MST within the switched network.
  • identify the features of EtherChannel and compare PAgP and LACP.
  • recognize EtherChannel implementation commands.
  • recognize EtherChannel best practices.
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