Hello. I read that when a switch experiences a tie in regard to the cost to reach the root, the switch first uses the interfaces' Port Priority value as a tiebreaker. If the port priority values tie, the switch uses the lowest internal interface number. I have 3 trunks (Fa 05 - 7) all with cost 19 to reach root and port priority 128... Fa 0/5 is in FWD (RP).... I changed the port priority of port Fa 0/7 to 112 to break the tie in cost but port Fa 0/5 is still the RP.... is there any reason for this? Is what I read correct?. Please help.