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No associated STP port for STP Domain tag 1 (Rate-limited)


Hi,

We are getting the below error on our X670-V switch. Port 1:33 is a sharing port "1:33 and 1:34"

Port=1:33: No associated STP port for STP Domain tag 1 (Rate-limited)

If we look at STP I can see 1:33,

1:33* 802.1D FORWARDING 18000 eRppad---- 128 8021 20:00:00:11:5d🇧🇪4c:01

If I take a look at the STP configuration I don't see port 1:33, could this be my issue?

enable stpd s0 ports 1:32
configure stpd s0 ports mode dot1d 1:35
configure stpd s0 ports cost auto 1:35
configure stpd s0 ports port-priority 128 1:35
configure stpd s0 ports link-type point-to-point 1:35
configure stpd s0 ports edge-safeguard disable 1:35
enable stpd s0 ports 1:35
configure stpd s0 ports mode dot1d 1:36
configure stpd s0 ports cost auto 1:36
configure stpd s0 ports port-priority 128 1:36
configure stpd s0 ports link-type point-to-point 1:36
configure stpd s0 ports edge-safeguard disable 1:36

Thanks
Ian Worms

3 replies

Userlevel 4
yes.that could be the reason.
Could you take packet capture to see if we are receiving BPDU?
Need to know how much bpdu's are recevied.
normal scenario it will not get rate limited
Hi,

Will get one now, is this only rate limited to vlan 1 and what is the rate limit bandwidth?

Ian
Userlevel 1
Your sharing neighbor does not make Cisco PVST ? Because the BPDU that you received seems to be tagged, as this is the case with native VLAN 1 with CISCO PVST. The best alternative is to make MSTP if this is the case.

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