Spanning-tree portfast is configured in trunk mode

Hi I noticed spanning-tree portfast is configured in trunk mode. Anyone can tell me what is final effect of this. or is this configuration correct or incorrect ? Thank you.
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Cyclops3590Commented:
It can be just fine. Just not think of the two things being part of the same idea. Trunking bs access solely means how many vlans are allowed and if tagging is done. Portfast just means skip thru listening learning and go straight to forwarding. The main reason this is not as common to find is that you want redundancy in your network. So if you have two trunks in case one goes down and both are in portfast them you have a bridging loop now which is exactly what stp is meant to stop from happening. So while not correct you should only do it if you're positive no loops an be created by doing it.

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Cyclops3590Commented:
Sorry for any typos. Stupid autocorrect. Hopefully you can understand what was written. :)
JustInCaseCommented:
Usually , that's configuration of trunk port to end device that can "read" tagged packets (like server). Or network design don't include redundant links, so there is no need for trunk to go through STP forward delay.
Could be correct or incorrect depending on what is the reason for portfast to be configured on trunk.
eemoonAuthor Commented:
Thank you !!
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