How should spanning tree be designed?
I have a wireless controller that is essentially a switch and that is connected to a core switch. The port, from the wireless controller is set with spanning tree turned on. The core switch is using Spanning tree )(2 fiber connections on each switch uplink port.
I want to use another port on the same wireless controller that will be connecting to other switches. Should I disable spanning tree on the other ports or not? If these other ports on the wireless controller have spanning tree disabled will that cause any loop?
I have never worked with spanning tree before and I am not sure what I should do? But I do not want to bring the network down. Again Spanning tree I enabled on the core switch ports that will connect to the wireless controller. Should I have spanning tree enabled on the wireless controller ports or will disabling spanning tree on the wireless controller bring the network down?
One may reference: https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/29122858/Why-did-a-Spanning-Tree-enabled-switch-port-bring-another-switch-off-line.html?headerLink=workspace_answered_questions