We have a Site with 4 vlans separated by an MSFC. Currently we're bridging on the MSFC between the VLAN's since we need to pass lat traffic across all of the Vlan's.
This being the case, there is one root for all of the vlan's, and spanning tree issues on one vlan are propigated to the entire campus. We plan on turning on spanning tree type vlan-bridge on the MSFC so that each vlan can have it's own instance of spanning tree.
Does anyone have any experience with vlan-bridge that can provide any
"gotchas" that you've run into when turning it on?
It looks like the MSFC is being forced into the root bridge role for all of the VLAN's that have bridging turned on . Is there a reason why this would not be deligated to the Switches rather than the MSFC?
I may be wrong, but I believe that only Layer 3 routable protocols can be pushed over a GRE Tunnel, IE IPX, Appletalk, etc. If that is the case, then Lat, which is layer 2 only cannot be encapsulated in GRE.
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