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Spanning Tree 2960-VLAN13 FastEthernet0/19: chunk 1 ref 6 bpdu cnt 6, next 14 len 35

Is this because there is a L2 problem?

I do understand spanning tree but there is a but of confusion in the logs. Right now I am busy with optaining my ccnp switch, route and Tshoot but I've got my mind stuck on the output below about Fastethernet fa0/19.

When I enter the debug spanning-tree all command it gives me the below info.

What would the outcome of FA0/19 mean?

Wed Aug 29 16:11:34 2012: <191>1053: 2d03h: STP: opt: VLAN0013: freeing opt chunk 0

Wed Aug 29 16:11:34 2012: <191>1054: 2d03h: STP: opt: VLAN0013: freeing opt chunk 2

Wed Aug 29 16:11:34 2012: <191>1055: 2d03h: STP SW: FAST TX: VLAN13 FastEthernet0/19: chunk 1 ref 6 bpdu cnt 6, next 14 len 35

Wed Aug 29 16:11:34 2012: <191>1056: 2d03h: STP SW: FAST TX: 0180.c200.0000<-0019.06a7.1415 type/len 0026

Wed Aug 29 16:11:35 2012: <191>1057: 2d03h:     encap SAP linktype ieee-st vlan 13 len 60 on v13 Fa0/19

Wed Aug 29 16:11:35 2012: <191>1058: 2d03h:     42 42 03 SPAN

Wed Aug 29 16:11:35 2012: <191>1059: 2d03h:     CFG P:0000 V:00 T:00 F:00 R:600D 0018.ba21.b180 00000004

Wed Aug 29 16:11:35 2012: <191>1060: 2d03h:     B:800D 0019.06a7.1400 80.15 A:0100 M:1400 H:0200 F:0F00

Wed Aug 29 16:11:35 2012: <191>1061: 2d03h: STP SW: FAST TX: VLAN13: free chunk 1

Wed Aug 29 16:11:35 2012: <191>1062: 2d03h: STP: opt: VLAN0013: freeing opt chunk 1

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1063: 2d03h: STP: opt: VLAN0013: get ports: chunk 0 allocated

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1064: 2d03h: STP SW: TX: opt: VLAN13: bpdu cnt 20, chunk 0

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1065: 2d03h: STP SW: TX: opt: VLAN13: ieee chunk 1, sstp chunk 2

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1066: 2d03h: STP SW: TX: opt: VLAN13: ieee port count 20, sstp port count 0

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1067: 2d03h: optimized ieee bpdus to be sent on chunk 1

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1068: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/1,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1069: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/2,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1070: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/3,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1071: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/4,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1072: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/6,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1073: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/7,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1074: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/8,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1075: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/10,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1076: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/11,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1077: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/12,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1078: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/14,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1079: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/15,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1080: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/16,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1081: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/17,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1082: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/19,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1083: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/20,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1084: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/21,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1085: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/22,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1086: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/23,  vlan 13

Wed Aug 29 16:11:36 2012: <191>1087: 2d03h:   idb FastEthernet0/24,  vlan 13

thx!

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Spanning Tree 2960-VLAN13 FastEthernet0/19: chunk 1 ref 6 bpdu c

What you see on the output means that your switch is connected or is using a monitoring protocol as SPAN and is forwarding traffic by fa0/9. SPAN copies the traffic from a port of the switch to another switch that is connected  to a network analyzer or monitoring device. Also copies traffic received, sent, or both, in ports or source VLANs to a destination port for analysis.

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