I recently upgraded my network switches to 3 2950 switches. These 3 switches are configured with cross over cables (port 23 on switch #1 connected to Port 23 on switch #2, Port 24 on switch #2 connected to Port 24 on switch #3)
When I ran a 2 minute ethereal capture on my network more than 50% of the traffic was Cisco spanning tree
This doesnt seem correct to me,
I am very new to Cisco as these new switches are my first Cisco hardware.
Any help will be appreciated.
Also one other issue, I am noticing that DHCP seems very slow to issue an address.
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