Their topics include supervisor engine configuration, VLANs and trunking, spanning tree protocol, configuring high availability features, multicast, server load balancing, switch management, and voice.
What does STP stand for?
STP stands for Spanning Tree Protocol
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The series also features Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (IEE 802.
The TMS based L64324 management software provides a full set of features, which include the simple network management protocol (SNMP), web and console management, remote monitoring (RMON), support for the spanning tree protocol, 802.
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.
Engineers from The Tolly Group verified that the Xirrus Wi-Fi Arrays went through the default Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) stages to re-establish network connectivity when broken links occurred during an FTP session.
Topics addressed include configuration of spanning tree protocols, network stability and performance, Quality of Service, deploying multicast, network resiliency and high availability, securing the network from service loss and data theft, Catalyst switching architectures, performance and connectivity troubleshooting, and wireless local area networks.
The N2X layer-2 conformance test suites include the N5712A Spanning Tree Protocol, N5713A Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol, N5714A Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol and N5715A Link Aggregation Control Protocol.
3 Designed for self study but also useful as a reference when completed, this product-based guide explains elements of the associated exam which include modular network design, switch operation and configuration, switch port configuration, VLANs and the VLAN Trunking Protocol, aggregated switch links, Spanning Tree Protocol configurations as well as its security and advanced features, multilayer switching, router redundancy and load balancing, concepts of load balance and quality of services, DifferServ quality of service configurations, Internet telephony on Catalyst switches, securing switch access and VLANs.