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CCNA3 Exploration Chapter 3. Study questions.

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Why is it generally a good idea to split up a large network into smaller networks? What is the advantage of implementing subnets as VLANs rather than using routers to separate subnets? How many VLANs can there be on a Catalyst 2600 series switch? Which VLANs exist by default on a Catalyst 2600 switch, and which of these are intended for Ethernet networks? If you create a normal range VLAN, where will the information about it be stored? A new Catalyst switch has not yet been configured. Are the Ethernet ports associated with any VLAN? If so, which one? Should you configure the switch IP address on VLAN 1? What name is given to the type of VLAN that carries normal user traffic such as files, downloads and e-mails? Which type of VLAN needs special configuration so that its traffic has priority over other traffic? What are the two methods of assigning an end device to a VLAN, and which method is more common? (Assume that voice traffic is not required.) A PC attached to a switch sends out a broadcast ARP request. Which devices will receive the ARP request? Which devices allow inter-VLAN communication? What is a VLAN trunk? What is frame tagging? Which protocol is now most commonly used for frame tagging, and which other protocol may still be in use? What is the purpose of the EtherType field in a frame, which is set to the hexadecimal value of 0x8100? What does a switch port on a trunk link do if it receives a frame without a tag? Why can native VLANs and VLAN trunks give problems when Cisco devices and non-Cisco devices are mixed on a network? How can you configure the fastethernet interface fa0/1 of switch SW1 to be a trunk port? How can you configure the fastethernet interface fa0/2 of switch SW1 to be a port that handles traffic from one VLAN only? What is the purpose of Dynamic Trunking Protocol? Two switches are connected. If both ends of the link are ports in dynamic auto mode, will the link be a trunk or not? Two switches are connected. If both ends of the link are ports in dynamic desirable mode, will the link be a trunk or not? What is the currently approved method of creating a VLAN, number 6, called Finance, on switch SW1? Which other mode could be used for creating a VLAN? Which command will let you see a list of all existing VLANs and the ports that are associated with each one? What information does the command show vlan summary give you? Which command would show you whether or not VLAN 4 is up?

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CCNA3 cap 3 cuestionario

What is the effect of the commands: SW1(config)#int fa0/12 SW1(config-if)#no switchport access vlan SW1(config-if)#end What is the effect of the commands: SW1(config)#no vlan 7 SW1(config)#exit What is the effect of the command: SW1(config)#delete flash:vlan.dat You configure interface Fa0/1 as follows: SW1(config-if)#switchport mode trunk Which is the native VLAN, and which VLANs can this interface handle? Which additional commands would you give to make VLAN 90 the native VLAN and to permit traffic belonging to VLANs 3, 4 and 5 only? Which command would show you how interface Fa0/1 has been configured for trunking? You give the commands: SW1(config)#int fa0/1 SW1(config-if)#no switchport trunk allowed vlan SW1(config-if)#end Which VLAN traffic can now pass over the trunk link? How can you stop interface Fa0/1 from being a trunk link? A trunk link is not working correctly. What should you check?

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2/24/2014

CCNA3 cap 3 cuestionario