Re: To know STP extensions applied on a NX-OS interface
Thank you for answering, but it is not what I want to know. This information tells me what I have configured, but not how it is running in this moment
For example, I can put a port as an edge port, but if it receives a BPDU, it immediately starts to work as a normal port. In my configuration appears that it is configured as an edge port, but really it is not working in this way.
And it implies that in case I have applied some global configurations like
N5548-A(config)# spanning-tree port type edge bpdufilter default
N5548-A(config)# spanning-tree port type edge bpduguard default
they would not be running on this port, as it is not, in fact, an edge port.
To know STP extensions applied on a NX-OS interface
If you configure a port as edge port, and if it receives a BPDU, then it should error disable the port, not start working as a normal port. Can you please paste your interface config ?
Yes, in case it is BPDUGuard applied on it, on the contrary it is put as a normal one.
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