Example 72 show spantree Output for VLAN 3 on CatB

Cat-B (enable) show spantree 3 VLAN 3 Spanning tree enabled Spanning tree type ieee Designated Root 00-e0-f9-16-28-00 Designated Root Priority 100 Designated Root Cost 0 Designated Root Port 1/0 Root Max Age 20 sec Hello Time 2 sec Forward Delay 15 sec Bridge ID MAC ADDR 00-e0-f9-16-28-00 Bridge ID Priority 100 Bridge Max Age 20 sec Hello Time 2 sec Forward Delay 15 sec Port Vlan Port-State Cost

Priority Fast-Start Group-method----------------------------------------------------

---------1/1 1 forwarding 19 32 disabled 1/2 1 forwarding 19 31 disabled

There it is—Port 1/2's Priority has been set to 31. If you think about the theory behind using set spantree portvlanpri, this makes perfect sense. However, it's very easy to look for the value on Cat-A, the device actually doing the load balancing.

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