Hi, I have an easy loop question for the experienced engineers. Lets say that I had two cisco switches (3550) cabled together twice to each other via Ethernet. The first cable is connected to the identical switch ports vlan. So if I had fa0/1 in vlan 5 to fa 0/1 to vlan 5 in the second switch. And lets say that the same scenario for the second cable just a different vlan. So lets say fa0/2 in vlan 10 to fa0/2 in vlan 10 of the second switch.
Would this cause a loop if I had the typical end hosts on each sides of the switchs using ARP and DHCP?
And if it does cause a loop would STP pick up on this and block one of the switchports?