As a best practice, you should configure all edge devices with the lowest STP priority of all devices in the STP domain to which they are attached.
What if I have a 5K as my FP - CE edge device? Even the FP Lab on PEC has a Nexus 5K as the leaf edge device. I'm a bit confused, when does that limitation hold true? Is it only for certain design use cases? Or does Cisco mean a 5000 (as in 5010, 5020) cannot be an STP root bridge, but a 5500 can?
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Table of Contents
Hardware Additions since IOS-XE 17.2.1
Key Summary Features
Platform and Infra Features
High Availability Features
Routing / MPLS / VPN Features
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