Spanning Tree Protocol woes

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Kiwi8, Jun 4, 2008.

  1. Kiwi8

    Kiwi8 LI Guru Member

    This is regarding my problem when using Spanning Tree Protocol.

    I found out that we can use the following command to manually select the root bridge:
    brctl setbridgeprio br0 <prio>

    where the lower <prio> is, the higher the priority.

    But I have a problem. When I put in this command in the Init Script, it does not seem to affect the value of the prio after the router boots up. So I suspect that the Init Script was executed before the default bridge priority was set.

    Is there a way for me to run it once after the default bridge priorty is set after bootup?
  2. Kiwi8

    Kiwi8 LI Guru Member

    Let me answer my own question, silly me. :redface:

    I have found that setting a sleep timer will help.

    Hence the sequence of commands that I keyed into the Init Script is:
    sleep 3
    brctl setbridgeprio br0 <prio>

    One thing to note is that sleep 2 or less will not work as the delay is too short.
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