Soon, we bought a new 3550 that we have connected on the 2nd gib interface of a cat 3524 and we also connected one link on the FE 0/24 to a 3548 for failover
The pathcost for each Switch is as follow .
Cat 3524 (081) Int FE 0/24 pathcost = 10 (directly linked on the 3548)
CAt 3524 (081) Int gi 0/1 pathcost 15 (linked on the 3550)
CAt 3524 (081) Int gi 0/2 pathcost 4 ( directly linked on the 3508 )
Cat 3550 (New) Int FE 0/24 pathcost = 10 (directly linked on the 3548)
Cat 3550 (New) Int Gi 0/2 pathcost= 4 (linked on the 3524)
My question is :
When we test the failover, it work perfectly , I mean , IF the Gib interface is down the FE take the relay , but when the Gi is up again , The Fe interface still stay in Forwarding state and the gib interface in blocking state
This is not correct, normally the gib interface should take the forwarding state .
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