#1) It shows both ports as FWD. Does that mean both ports are actively sending traffic?
I believe the other side is just 1 Nortel switch. Would that Nortel switch block the port that connects to my cisco switch 2/0/47? My thoughts are that it would be active on the port connected to cisco switch 1/0/47 since that is marked as root and thus the best way to get to the root.
#2) question 2: If the Nortel switch has other mechanisms for loop avoidance and STP being one of them, should I automatically enable STP on the NOrtel?
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