Spanning Tree Protocol

Spanning Tree Protocol

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Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP) is designed to prevent problems related to bridging loops.

It solves the issue by blocking redundant paths and allowing only a single active path. STP works by choosing a root switch then selecting a loop free path from the root switch to every other switch. To do that, spanning tree must elect a single root bridge, one root port for each non-root switch, and a single designated port for each network segment.

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Amer Bi Di Transceivers

Amer Bi Di Transceivers

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Double your data throughput with the AMR-GLC-BX-U/D BI-DI Transceiver!

The AMR-GLC-BX-U is a bi-directional SFP single mode transceiver. Using the AMR-GLC-BX-U (upstream) in conjunction with the AMR-GLC-BX-D (downstream) will allow connectivity using only one fiber strand. Practical applications include the ability to double throughput through an existing fiber pair without the need of running new fiber and the ability to make use of a fiber pair that has one damaged strand.
How does it work? The AMR-GLC-BX-U transmits data on a 1310-nm wavelength and receives at 1490-nm whereas the AMR-GLC-BX-D transmits on 1490-nm and receives on the 1310-nm wavelength. With this technology, fiber connectivity can be achieved using a single fiber strand instead of the tradition pair. The AMR-GLC-BX-U/D is also the perfect solution in a case where one fiber strand is damaged within your fiber pair.

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Static Routing on Amer Networks Switches in Comparison with Cisco Switches

Static Routing on Amer Networks Switches in Comparison with Cisco Switches

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Implementation of a static route on an Amer Switch is accomplished by executing the static route command:+

Switch(config)#ip route

“DestinationNetwork” “Subnet” “NextHopAddress“

The command is similar to the Cisco IOS command. The difference lies in the definition of the port in the Amer Switch. In a Cisco network implementation (See Above), in order to allow communication between two subnets connected to independent switches, a static route must be created. The two ports that join Switch0 and Switch1 would be changed to a router port with the execution of the ‘no switchport’ command and an IP address would then be assigned to the ports.

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