Greetings. I'm relatively new to switching, so here goes.
We have 6 switches (Cisco 2060G). Two of them have the first 10 dedicated ports designated as VLAN2 for iSCSI purposes. Our iSCSI SAN is directly connected to some of them, while our iSCSI host is connected to others.
The remaining 4 switches have "spanning tree mode pvst" in the running/startup configuration, with the correct ports Trunked.
From what I'm learning, it's best to *not* use spanning tree on non-internetworked ports (i.e. PCs, printers, etc.), but to set them as:
switchport mode access
spanning-tree bpduguard enable
Is that correct ? If so, do I need to designate the VLAN for each of those ports too, even though it's the default VLAN ?