Switch(config)# spanning-tree portfast bpduguard default
(All ports that have PortFast enabled also have BPDU guard automatically enabled. )
set spantree portfast bpdu-guard enable
All ports can be configured for portfast on a single switch with the command given in the above post.
To have it on all the switches, use something like the netconfigs on the Cisco works
I have not used Network Assistant.
I pretty sure Cisco Works can do batch type work and a lot more. See if you can Google "Kiwi Cat tools" -a free download for management.
IMO 100 isn't too much, a pain yes but not too many providing you don't have a tight change window etc.
hth, please rate
on all the switches for exception of the 3500XL series, you can use the "int range" command. for instance:
int range fa0/1 - 24(48)
This will enable portfast on all ports 1 through 24 or 48. it's the fastest way.
you can use a script from CiscoWorks or 3rd Party app to make the changes Automated.
I hope this helps
I am ordering the latest CiscoWorks Small Business 1.5.1 version. I will wait until then. I need to get my Ciscos in shape as I need to push out the latest IOS images etc. I have 1.5 but it won't run on a 2003 server and Cisco isn't progressive enough that you can download and use an updater.