friends, I am going to run "RSTP" from the following command on my 2950 switches:
spanning-tree mode rapid-pvst
I want to ask you that after this command do I need to configre "uplinkFast" and "BackboneFast" features also? or the above written RSTP command will automatically cover these both Backbonefast and UplinkFast features?
Both of these are built into RSTP. While the CLI will let you enable both of these even after you enable RSTP, they will not have any effect. RSTP's inherent "uplinkfast" and "backbonefast" will automatically be in effect.
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Very Lastly, is this the same case with RootGuard, BPDUGuard, LoopGuard and Portfast that these are also no need to configure separately if I already run "Spanning-tree mode rapid-pvst" command? or which one (i.e. RootGuard, BPDUGuard, LoopGuard and Portfast ) need to configure with "spanning-tree mode rapid-pvst" command?
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