Configure MSTP global parameters.
May 14, To remove spanning-tree instance ist path-cost on interface 44, you will have to set the path-cost to auto. Before configuring ‘spanning-tree instance ist path-cost ’ on interface HPG-POE+(config)# sh run int Running configuration: interface name"//LAN-to-MFN//" untagged vlan 1. exitEstimated Reading Time: 3 mins. Dec 01, removing spanning tree priority in a Hi all. i'd like to remove the Spanning tree priority on a procurve but i cannot find the command on the CLI.
here's what i have when i do a sh run. spanning-tree priority the"no" before the command goes wrong, i can change the number, but i'd like to restore the default settings on this bushmulching.barted Reading Time: 50 secs.
IMPORTANT: When the HP Switch is configured in a stack, When you remove a VLAN from an MSTI, the VLAN returns to the IST instance, where it can remain or be re-assigned to another MSTI configured in the region.
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spanning-tree instance n vlan vid. To move a VLAN from one instance to another, first use no spanning-tree instance n vlan vid to remove the mapping from the VLAN from the current instance, then add the VLAN to the other instance.
(While the VLAN mapping is removed from an MSTI, it is associated with the region's IST instance.). The Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) eliminates Layer 2 loops in networks, by selectively blocking some ports and allowing other ports to forward traffic, based on global (bridge) and local (port) parameters you can configure. This chapter describes how to configure Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) parameters on HP ProCurve Routing bushmulching.bar Size: 1MB.
The priority range for an MSTP switch is However, this command specifies the priority as a multiplier (0 - 15) of That is, when one specifies a priority multiplier value of 0 - 15, the actual priority assigned to the switch is: (A higher numerical value means a lower priority; thus, the highest priority.