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Instructor & Todd Lammle. Sybex CCNA 640-802 Chapter 8: Layer-2 Switching. Chapter 8 Objectives. The CCNA Topics Covered in this chapter include: What is layer-2 switching Switching services Bridges vs. LAN switching Three switch functions MAC table

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Instructor todd lammle

Instructor & Todd Lammle

Sybex CCNA 640-802

Chapter 8: Layer-2 Switching


Chapter 8 objectives
Chapter 8 Objectives

The CCNA Topics Covered in this chapter include:

  • What is layer-2 switching

  • Switching services

  • Bridges vs. LAN switching

  • Three switch functions

  • MAC table

  • Switching loops Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP)

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Layer 2 switching
Layer 2 Switching

  • Purposes for using switching

    • Breaks up collision domains

    • Cost-effective, resilient internetwork

  • Purpose for Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP)

    • Stops loops in layer 2 switched networks






Switching services
Switching Services

Layer 2 switching provides:

  • Hardware-based bridging (ASIC)

  • Wire speed

  • Low latency

  • Low cost


Limitations of layer 2 switching
Limitations of Layer 2 Switching

  • Must break up the collision domains correctly.

  • Make sure that users spend 80 percent of their time on the local segment.

  • Switches do not break up broadcast domains by default.








Spanning tree protocol stp solves switching loops at layer 2
Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP)Solves Switching loops at layer 2

  • STP

  • Root Bridge

  • BPDU

  • Bridge ID

  • Nonroot Bridge

  • Root port

  • Designated port

  • Port cost

  • Nondesignated port

  • Forwarding port

  • Block port


Spanning tree operations
Spanning-Tree Operations

  • Selecting the root bridge

  • Selecting the designated port



Spanning tree port states
Spanning-Tree Port States

  • Blocking

  • Listening

  • Forwarding

  • Disabled



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