Cisco CCNA – Spanning Tree Loops and Blocked Ports

A simple explanation of how a loop can be created in a network and how blocked ports are used to stop them. Learn networking fundamentals and become Cisco CCNA certified today!

This video discusses the fundamentals of traditional Spanning Tree, as this provides a good introduction and understanding of how the technology works. In the next section, we will discuss Rapid Spanning Tree (RSTP) which is an improved version of the technology and is what is commonly used today.
If you are familiar with the fundamentals of Spanning Tree, you may wish to skip ahead to this video ➝ https://youtu.be/FIhDUYhkEik

This video series is for people that have basic networking skills, but want to take them to the next level. If you’re completely new to networking, you may want to try our ‘Introduction to Networking’ series first

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