configure stpd priority-mode
Sets STP bridge priority values.
|stpd||STP domain/STP global configuration.|
|stpd_name||STP domain name on the switch.|
|priority-mode||Control allowable bridge priority values.|
Allow any bridge priority value.
Valid values are 0–65,535 (in increments of 1), with 0 indicating high priority and 65,535 low priority.
Allow bridge priority in steps of 4,096.
This option is the default bridge priority mode. Valid values are 0–61,440 (in increments of 4,096), with 0 indicating high priority and 61,440 low priority. Values are automatically rounded up or down depending on the dot1t value to which the entered value is closest.
dot1t option is configured by default for operation mode dot1w and MSTP.
The following example configures the priority-mode as dot1d:
configure stpd s1 priority-mode dot1d
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 22.1.
This command is available on ExtremeSwitching 5320, 5420, 5520, and 5720 series switches.