This weekend, we have had problems with one of us CPD's switch. The power source failed. Now, we need to adquire a new switch, but we want redundancy on the CPD at least. The problem for this is that all Switch on my enterprise are of different vendors and it is unmanagement.
I wanna use STP with two switchs Cisco, but what could happen when I connect other switch to the Cisco's switchs where STP not is supported?.
Then, I can use my old switch, provided this switch comply with 802.1D compliant. I suppose that cisco switches, one of them it will be the root of the STP. Because my old switchs are unmanagmente and I cannot configure the priority of root bridge.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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