Re: C3550 connected to C3560 over 250km - problem with STP
thank you for the answer.
with delay it's clear, but what I mean is we're _currently_ don't have any physical loop in the design, but we'll defeanetly add some redudency links which could build the loop then. That is why simply disabling the STP is not the option, at least not the best one I suppose.
"no keepalive" should help, may be the migration to RapidSTP will help.
But it's interesting to know the source of that problem in order to solve it in most efficient way.
"loop detected" means that a switch sees its own "keepalive" packet on the same interface, how can it be in such a configuration?
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