[Ewrt-devel] 802.1d STP

Irving Popovetsky
Tue Jun 8 13:59:32 PDT 2004

yes, this is normal.  I have not yet fiddled with this, but this is not
something I would recommend turning off in most configurations as it
helps to prevent bridging loops.


On Mon, 2004-06-07 at 08:33, Tom Goetz wrote:
> The router is sending 802.1d Spanning Tree Protocol packets to the lan 
> at a rate of one per second. Is this normal?
> Thanks,
> Tom Goetz
> tom at goetz-family.org
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