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As being a CCNP choice and a CCNA, you might be tempted to skip or just browse the many details of Spanning Tree Protocol. After all, you learned all of this in your CCNA reports, right? That is right, however it never hurts to review STP for a changing assessment! Besides, most of us consider the four STP port states - but basically, there's a fifth one! Incapable isn't usually looked at as an STP interface state, but Cisco does legally think about this to be an STP state. A interface is one that is administratively shut down. After the port is opened, the port will go into blocking state. Because the name implies, the port can't do much in this state - no frame forwarding, no frame receiving, and therefore no learning of MAC addresses. To get other interpretations, we recommend you take a glance at: Page not found Colorado Indymedia by searching Google.

Cisco CCNP / BCMSN Exam Tutorial: The Four (Or Five) STP Port States

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