Our networks rely on STP to prevent loops between switches. In this video, you’ll learn how STP and RSTP can be used to keep the network running and provide redundant links to network destinations.
A switch loop can be a big problem on the network when it occurs. In this video, you’ll learn how switch loops occur and how they can bring the largest networks to their knees.
To avoid loops, many network administrators implement Spanning Tree Protocol in their switches. In this video, you’ll learn how STP works, and we’ll simulate a network outage to see how STP keeps all loops out of your network.
Some network problems take a village. In this module, you’ll learn how to identify major network issues that will require an escalation to additional members of your team including switching loops, routing loops, route problems, proxy ARP configurations, and broadcast storms.