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Defines the MST Instance Managed Object.

REST API Methods for this Resource

Resource Schema

Configuration

Parameter Name Required Service Affecting Data Type Default Value Possible Values Description
mstpInstanceYesYesint0Possible values:
  • 0 - Minimum
  • 33 - Maximum
Specifies the MST instance ID. It can be configured upon creating a new instance, but cannot be modified.
DescriptionNoNostringnone64 - Max Length A description of the MST instance.
mstpInstanceBridgePriorityYesYesEnum8Possible values:
  • 0 - MSTP_PRIORITY_0
  • 1 - MSTP_PRIORITY_4096
  • 2 - MSTP_PRIORITY_8192
  • 3 - MSTP_PRIORITY_12288
  • 4 - MSTP_PRIORITY_16384
  • 5 - MSTP_PRIORITY_20480
  • 6 - MSTP_PRIORITY_24576
  • 7 - MSTP_PRIORITY_28672
  • 8 - MSTP_PRIORITY_32768
  • 9 - MSTP_PRIORITY_36864
  • 10 - MSTP_PRIORITY_40960
  • 11 - MSTP_PRIORITY_45056
  • 12 - MSTP_PRIORITY_49152
  • 13 - MSTP_PRIORITY_53248
  • 14 - MSTP_PRIORITY_57344
  • 15 - MSTP_PRIORITY_61440
Specifies the bridge priority for an instance. The switch with higher priority will be chosen as the root bridge for that instance. The lower value has higher priority.
mstpPortPriority1YesYesEnum8Possible values:
  • 0 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_0
  • 1 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_16
  • 2 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_32
  • 3 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_48
  • 4 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_64
  • 5 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_80
  • 6 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_96
  • 7 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_112
  • 8 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_128
  • 9 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_144
  • 10 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_160
  • 11 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_176
  • 12 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_192
  • 13 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_208
  • 14 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_224
  • 15 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_240
Specifies Ethernet port 1 priority for the MST instance. If a network loop occurs, the MSTP uses the port priority to determine which port should forward frames for a particular instance on a LAN. The lower value has higher priority.
mstpPortPriority2YesYesEnum8Possible values:
  • 0 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_0
  • 1 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_16
  • 2 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_32
  • 3 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_48
  • 4 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_64
  • 5 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_80
  • 6 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_96
  • 7 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_112
  • 8 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_128
  • 9 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_144
  • 10 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_160
  • 11 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_176
  • 12 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_192
  • 13 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_208
  • 14 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_224
  • 15 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_240
Specifies Ethernet port 2 priority for the MST instance. If a network loop occurs, the MSTP uses the port priority to determine which port should forward frames for a particular instance on a LAN. The lower value has higher priority.
mstpPortPriority3YesYesEnum8Possible values:
  • 0 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_0
  • 1 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_16
  • 2 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_32
  • 3 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_48
  • 4 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_64
  • 5 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_80
  • 6 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_96
  • 7 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_112
  • 8 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_128
  • 9 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_144
  • 10 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_160
  • 11 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_176
  • 12 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_192
  • 13 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_208
  • 14 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_224
  • 15 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_240
Specifies Ethernet port 3 priority for the MST instance. If a network loop occurs, the MSTP uses the port priority to determine which port should forward frames for a particular instance on a LAN. The lower value has higher priority.
mstpPortPriority4YesYesEnum8Possible values:
  • 0 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_0
  • 1 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_16
  • 2 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_32
  • 3 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_48
  • 4 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_64
  • 5 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_80
  • 6 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_96
  • 7 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_112
  • 8 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_128
  • 9 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_144
  • 10 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_160
  • 11 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_176
  • 12 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_192
  • 13 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_208
  • 14 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_224
  • 15 - MSTP_PORT_PRIORITY_240
Specifies Ethernet port 4 priority for the MST instance . If a network loop occurs, the MSTP uses the port priority to determine which port should forward frames for a particular instance on a LAN. The lower value has higher priority.