Spanning Tree Protocol

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Spanning Tree Protocol This lesson covers spanning tree protocol, which prevents a packet from doing an endless loop in a network. This is accomplished by turning certain links to blocking mode. It sends out a packet that lets spanning tree protocol know not to send data on certain links; a certain bridge can block off its link to other bridges which prevents loops.
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