4. What is spanning tree (802.1D)? How it is related to switch configuration? What is Root Bridge, Designate Bridge, Back Bridge, BPDU (Bridge Protocol Data Units), port cost, maxage interval, hello interval in Span Tree Protocol (loop avoidance)?
Spanning tree is a protocol to prevent frames from looping indefinitely in a redudant swithched environment.In this one among the participating switch is elected as root bridge and one switch in each LAN segment is elected as Designated bridge.Refer URL
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