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    ) Apply the Spanning Tree Algorithm and Protocol (STP) to the following
    diagram and show the root switch (ROOT), root ports (RP), designated ports
    (DP), and blocked ports (BP). The priority is the default value on all
    bridges.



    Bridge
    MAC Address
    Port (clockwise)
    Port (counterclock)

    BR1
    99-99-99-99-99-99
    P12: 10/100
    P16: 10/100/1000

    BR2
    22-22-22-22-22-22
    P23: 10/100
    P21: 10/100

    BR3
    33-33-33-33-33-33
    P34: 10/100/1000
    P32: 10/100

    BR4
    44-44-44-44-44-44
    P45: 10/100
    P43: 10/100/1000

    BR5
    55-55-55-55-55-55
    P56: 10/100/1000
    P54: 10

    BR6
    66-66-66-66-66-66
    P61: 10/100
    P65: 10/100/1000


    IEEE recommended port cost: 10M = 100 100M=19 1000M=4
















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    Heh, need help with your homework? Lemme know where you get stuck and
    I'll offer suggestions.

    Paul

    jaz wrote:
    > ) Apply the Spanning Tree Algorithm and Protocol (STP) to the following
    > diagram and show the root switch (ROOT), root ports (RP), designated ports
    > (DP), and blocked ports (BP). The priority is the default value on all
    > bridges.
    >
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    >
    > Bridge
    > MAC Address
    > Port (clockwise)
    > Port (counterclock)
    >
    > BR1
    > 99-99-99-99-99-99
    > P12: 10/100
    > P16: 10/100/1000
    >
    > BR2
    > 22-22-22-22-22-22
    > P23: 10/100
    > P21: 10/100
    >
    > BR3
    > 33-33-33-33-33-33
    > P34: 10/100/1000
    > P32: 10/100
    >
    > BR4
    > 44-44-44-44-44-44
    > P45: 10/100
    > P43: 10/100/1000
    >
    > BR5
    > 55-55-55-55-55-55
    > P56: 10/100/1000
    > P54: 10
    >
    > BR6
    > 66-66-66-66-66-66
    > P61: 10/100
    > P65: 10/100/1000
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    > IEEE recommended port cost: 10M = 100 100M=19 1000M=4
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