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Disable Spanning Tree Adtran Netvanta 1234

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How can you disable spanning tree in an Adtran Netvanta 1234POE switch?
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You could turn off BPDU messages, in effect, stopping spanning-tree from working.

Connect to the switch
Enter "enable" mode
Enter config mode with "configure terminal" command
Run command: spanning-tree edgeport bpdufilter default

This turns off BPDU messages at the global level.
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