I'm currently configuring 2 Switches to an additional Switch ( all 48 Ports, Catalyst 3560G) and i want to configure them as following (red = new):
PC = Portchannel
As you see, i already configured the ports on every switch and the last step i want to do is to ensure that when i will connect these 2 switches to my root switch, that there will be zero network issues like spanning tree recalculations.
currently the root switch (192.168.2.1) doesn't have any spanning tree configurations so do switches 2 and 3.
I'm afraid to just connect them together to make a huge chaos, so how can i ensure myself that there is no Loop or spanning tree issues without just trying it out?
(also maybe which spanning tree configurations you might find appropriate? simple ones are prefered))
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