What device types are generally configured w/ loopback interfaces/addresses and which aren't?
rtrs, fixed port switches, term servers, modular switches, modular switches w/ routing capability or a modular switch w/ an MSFC daughter card doing the lan routing?, etc.
I don't think a device like a 24 port 3550 fixed port switch is even configured with a loopback interface. As a matter of fact it and maybe other device types or versions of code may not allow loopbacks to even be configured.
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