By John F. Kolen, Stefan C. Kremer
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If there is a link failure, spanning tree will recalculate a new loop-free path and change the interfaces that are temporarily disabled. The following is an overview of the spanning tree operation. Spanning Tree Bridges operating spanning tree dynamically select a subset of the LAN interfaces available on each bridge. These selected interfaces form a loop-free path from any LAN to any other LAN. This avoids the nasty packet duplication problems we discussed in relation to Figure 1-2. A spanning treeenabled bridge will both send out bridge protocol data units (BPDUs) and listen to BPDUs of other bridges.
The following is a description of the ATM cell header fields: GFC The Generic Flow Control field has local significance only, meaning it is used by the device originating the cell and is not understood by receiving devices. At the moment, no specific definition exists for the GFC field. VCI The Virtual Channel Identifier identifies the virtual circuit that has been established to carry traffic to the required destination. The VCI is actually half of the identifier; the other half is the VPI, which is discussed next.
In this figure we see different-colored VLANs on the same switch interface. This works well for packets originating from these PCs, but the drawback is that any broadcast (or multicast) that originated elsewhere in the network on any of the three VLANs (red, blue, or green) will result in a broadcast coming onto the interface 1 segment and interrupting all the PCs on that segment irrespective of the VLAN they are assigned to. This somewhat negates the benefit of VLANs in the first Figure 1-6 Int1 and Int2 are in the red VLAN; Int3 and Int4 are in the blue VLAN.
A Field Guide to Dynamical Recurrent Networks by John F. Kolen, Stefan C. Kremer