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You remember from your CCNA studies that when a port goes through the transition from blocking to forwarding, youre looking at a 50-second delay before that port can actually begin forwarding frames.
You may look at that feature’s name and think, “What is a BPDU Skew, and why do I want to detect it?” What we’re actually attempting to detect are BPDUs that aren’t being relayed as quickly as they should be.
When youre working on your BCMSN exam on your way to CCNP certification, youll read at length about how Cisco routers and multilayer switches can work to provide router redundancy – but theres another helpful service, Server Load Balancing, that does the same for servers.
Ever since you picked up your first CCNA book, youve heard about multicasting, gotten a fair idea of what it is, and youve memorized a couple of reserved multicasting addresses.