When I check the logs in Cisco Nexus 7k, it is giving some STP logs for port-type edge enabled interface. Is this normal or is there anything to check on this.
interface Ethernet8/18 switchport switchport access vlan 1234 spanning-tree port type edge spanning-tree bpduguard enable vpc orphan-port suspend no shutdown
%ETHPORT-5-IF_UP: Interface Ethernet8/18 is up in mode access %STP-6-PORT_RANGE_ADDED: Interface Ethernet8/18 added to vlan=3013 with cost 20000, priority 128, link-type P2p %STP-6-PORT_RANGE_ROLE: new_role=designated interface=Ethernet8/18 vlan=3013 %STP-6-PORT_RANGE_STATE: new_state=blocking interface=Ethernet8/18 vlan=3013 %STP-6-PORT_RANGE_STATE: new_state=forwarding interface=Ethernet8/18 vlan=3013 %ETHPORT-5-IF_DOWN_LINK_FAILURE: Interface Ethernet8/18 is down (Link failure) %STP-6-PORT_RANGE_DELETED: Interface Ethernet8/18 removed from vlan=3013 %STP-6-PORT_RANGE_STATE: new_state=disabled interface=Ethernet8/18 vlan=3013 %ETHPORT-5-SPEED: Interface Ethernet8/18, operational speed changed to 1 Gbps %ETHPORT-5-IF_DUPLEX: Interface Ethernet8/18, operational duplex mode changed to Full %ETHPORT-5-IF_RX_FLOW_CONTROL: Interface Ethernet8/18, operational Receive Flow Control state changed to off %ETHPORT-5-IF_TX_FLOW_CONTROL: Interface Ethernet8/18, operational Transmit Flow Control state changed to off
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investigation, the there is 1s delay between the client KEXDH_INIT and
the server (XR) KEXDH_REPLY. After debug ssh serv...
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