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1aq consolidates multiple existing functionalities, including STP, Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP), Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP), and MMRP into in a one link state protocol.
The converter is designed so that only one of the four ports is active at a time, so the product does not interfere with the Spanning Tree Protocol.
Basic Layer 2 switching features including transparent and VLAN aware bridging, IGMP, Spanning tree protocol, and link aggregation support
In networking, the spanning tree protocol (STP) functions to prevent bridge loops & resulting broadcast radiation in bridged Ethernet local area networks (LANs).
Lewis (Honolulu Community College) describes the switched LAN architecture for small- and medium-sized businesses, virtual LAN configuration, the VLAN trunking protocol, the spanning tree protocol, and basic wireless technologies.
The switches eliminate the need for Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), collapsing the access and aggregation networking layers to create a flat, multipath, deterministic network that is ideal for virtualized environments.
In addition to MPLS sub-50ms failover using Fast Reroute (FRR), Brocade offers a comprehensive set of Layer 2 control protocols comprising its innovative protocols, Metro Ring Protocol (MRP), Multi-Chassis Trunks (MCT) and Virtual Switch Redundancy Protocol (VSRP), and standards-based Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) and Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP).
Among the topics covered: virtual LANs and Spanning Tree Protocol, static and connected routes, VLSM and route summarization, IP access control lists, network address translation, and troubleshooting, to name just a few.
1D-2004 standard for Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) and Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), a higher-speed implementation that can also support larger ring and mesh networks.
In addition, IRF technology enables network-based In-Service-Software-Upgrades (ISSS) to ensure network and business continuity by extending the switch fabric control plane across multiple active switches, providing a rapid, sub 50-millisecond recovery in the event of network disruption verses up to several seconds for traditional Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)-based network designs.