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EXOS - MSTP - BPDU restrict error

EXOS - MSTP - BPDU restrict error

KlausD
New Contributor

Hello,

When configuring MSTP as suggested here
https://extremeportal.force.com/ExtrArticleDetail?an=000081467&q=exos%20mstp
I get this
Error: Port 1 is not a member of STP domain s1

To fix it:
#configure stpd s0 delete Default ports 1
#configure stpd s1 add vlan Default ports 1

Now I want to run:
#configure stpd s1 ports edge-safeguard enable 1
Error: Setting safeguard in MSTI is not allowed

Questions:
- Should ports be in the CIST s0 or in MSTI s1?
- How would I configure edge-safeguard and bpdu-restrict for ports that are in MSTI s1 but
can only be configured for stpd s0 - where there are no ports?
- What am I missing?

Thank you,
Klaus

3 REPLIES 3

AdrianO
New Contributor III

In MSTP, configuring edge safeguard at CIST will be inherited in all MSTIs.
In MSTP, an edge port needs to be added to a CIST before adding it to an MSTI.

Per EXOS 31.7 user guide, page 1321 "MSTP Edge Safeguard"

KlausD
New Contributor

Thank you Adrian,

I am confused by this:
"In MSTP, an edge port needs to be added to a CIST before adding it to an MSTI."
Should I run this command
#enable s1 auto-bind vlan 1-4094
or should I keep all ports in CIST s0?

Klaus

Leo_Bistmans1
New Contributor III

Did you look into ELRP as an alternative to mstp?

 

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