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Re: Bridge Priority posted 02/20/2007
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see the output of the command sh spanning-tree bridge

it is more than descriptive.

On Tuesday 20 February 2007 21:27, Gobind wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> I have some confusion wiht the Bridge Priority.In Some CBTs I am getting
> to hear that:-
> Bridge Priority is Default Priority(32768) - Vlan Number
> I asked my friend,he said Default Priority is  Default Priority + Vlan
> Number
> In one Cisco Dumentation it is written:-
> "Each VLAN on each network device has a unique 64-bit bridge ID
> consisting of a bridge priority value, an extended system ID, and an STP
> MAC address allocation"
> Source:-
> S/products/hw/switches/ps708/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a0080
>16 0a5b.html#wp1040218
> I am really confused(maybe I am getting it wrong) what Priority(in STP
> is),also I am not getting if the Priority is Default priority + Vlan
> Number or - Vlan Number then what Vlan Number is it refering to? I mean
> the Trunk belongs to every Vlan then which Vlan Number it takes while
> making the election.(when it sends BPDU i.e.)
> Gobind
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