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Switches Port fast

Already STP running in the switch. Can i configure port fast in all the port in that switch?

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Yes, you can enable it globally using "spanning tree portfast default"

Your switchport has to be access mode in order to take effect


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Yes, it won't impact current port activity.

BTW, if you use portfast, you should also use BPDUGuard.  Even with BPDUGuard, you increase the chances off a L2 loop happening, but this additional risk is often considered acceptable.  Lastly, are you using rapid-STP?  If not, you might want to consider using it.

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