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Refer to the exhibit. The devices in the network are operational and configured as indicated in the exhibit. However, hosts ?A and D cannot ping each other. What is the most likely cause of this problem .The link between the switches is up but not trunked

.The Fa0/11 interface of Switch1 is not configured as a trunk .Hosts A and D are configured with IP addresses from different subnets .VLAN 20 and VLAN 30 are not allowed on the trunk between the switches
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:This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless A Common Problem with VLAN Configurations 3.4.2•

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:This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Principles of Hierarchical Network Design 1.1.2•

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Refer to the exhibit. Hosts PC_A and PC_B send traffic simultaneously, and the frames from the transmitting stations ?collide. What is the last device to receive the collision hub HB1 switch SW1 router R1 switch SW2 router R2 switch SW4
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correctness of points for Option 2 2 response points for any other option 0

:This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Design Considerations for Ethernet/802.3 Networks 2.1.2•

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and D only hosts A.1. E.This allows the switch to host web pages for the network . a network administrator configures the switch as an HTTP server. Hosts B and C attempt to transmit a frame at the same time. and F Bottom of Form Observable 1 Description Max Value 2 correctness of points for Option 3 2 response points for any other option 0 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Key Elements of Ethernet/802. B.3 Networks 2.1• 5 Top of Form While configuring a new switch. B. but a collision occurs. C.This allows remote VPN connections to the switch over the Internet . and F only hosts D. E. D. What benefits ?does this configuration provide .Refer to the exhibit. and C only hosts A. Which hosts will ?receive the collision jamming signal all hosts that are shown only hosts B and C only hosts A.

The running configuration file on S1 will be saved via TFTP to a file named tokyo-config .It uses the destination MAC address to selectively fo .6• 6 Top of Form ?Which statement correctly describes a function of a L ..3.The configuration file named tokyo-config will overwrite the startup configuration file on S1 .It performs switching and filtering based on the destination network .2.This is required if a web server or web farm is attached to the switch .2.155/tokyo-config .The IOS will be copied to the TFTP server .4• 7 Top of Form ?What will be the effect of the command S1# copy system:running-config tftp://172.The contents of NVRAM on S1 will become the startup configuration file on the tokyo switch Bottom of Form Observable Description Max Value .16.It drops a frame whose destination MAC address is not in the MAC Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 2 2 points for any other 0 option Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Layer 2 and Layer 3 Switching 2.This allows web-based configuration tools to be used with the switch Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 4 2 points for any other 0 option Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Basic Switch Configuration 2.It routes packets between different L .

?Subsequent attempts to telnet to the switch are not successful.3• 9 Top of Form ?Refer to the exhibit. What is causing the problem .The RSA keys must be returned to zero before SSH will permit Telnet access .The switch must be configured with SSH version 1 .8• 8 Top of Form Refer to the exhibit.4.The transport input command must specify Telnet access .The ip domain-name command must also be entered in line configuration mode for the vty lines Bottom of Form Observable 1 Description Max Value 2 correctness of points for Option 2 2 response points for any other option 0 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Configure Telnet and SSH 2.3.1 correctness of response points for Option 3 2 points for any other 0 option 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Basic Switch Management 2. What does STATIC indicate in the output that is shown . The configuration steps that are listed in the exhibit have been entered in switch S1 via the console.

b267 was manually associated with the switch port Fa0/24 Bottom of Form Observable 1 Description Max Value 2 correctness of points for Option 4 2 response points for any other option 0 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Basic Switch Configuration 2.637b.Fa0/24 .2• 11 Top of Form .6• 10 Top of Form ?What is the purpose of the switch command switchport ac to enabl to make the po to assign the port to a pa to designate the VLAN that does n (to assign the port to the native VL Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 3 2 points for any other 0 option Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Configure a VLAN 3..3.MAC address 0001.637b.3.Switch port Fa0/24 can only work in VLAN 99 .VLAN 99 was manually added to the VLAN database MAC address 0001.b267 was learned from the source address of a frame that was received on switch port .

The wrong connection speed is selected .Refer to the exhibit.3. A network administrator configures HyperTerminal with the parameters shown but is unable to connect to a switch via the console port.The stop bits should be set to zero Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 4 2 points for any other 0 option Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Prepare to Configure the Switch 2.5• 12 Top of Form When configuring a router to act as an SSH server. what should be configured before issuing the crypto key ?generate rsa command the security domain name the VTP domain name the IP domain name the host name Bottom of Form Observable Description Max Value . and the connections have been verified. What is the likely problem .The cable is connected to the wrong port .The flow control setting is not correct .The cable is the wrong type . The administrator is using a tested rollover cable attached to the only COM port ?on the computer.

The command copy running-config startup-config should be used to save the changes on the switch . Why does the administrator not detect any changes in the switch configuration after the ?download completes .A backup configuration from a TFTP server cannot be copied directly into the startup-config . an administrator downloaded a saved configuration from a TFTP server to a switch.cfg . The network administrator wants to allow both SSH and Telnet connections to Switch1.The command should have been copy startup-config tftp:backup.3• 13 Top of Form Refer to the exhibit.SSH has been configured on the wrong line .The domain name has been configured in the wrong configuration mode Bottom of Form Observable 1 Description Max Value 2 correctness of points for Option 1 2 response points for any other option 0 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Configure Telnet and SSH 2.4.cfg startup-config.Downloading to the startup-config requires the switch to be reloaded in order for the configuration to take effect Bottom of Form .4. What is the most likely cause of this problem .The transport input command is applied incorrectly . However. the ?SSH connections fail.3• 14 Top of Form Using the command copy tftp:backup.1 correctness of response points for Option 3 2 points for any other 0 option 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Configure Telnet and SSH 2.The RSA key has been removed .

Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 4 2 points for any other 0 option Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Basic Switch Management 2.It segments a network into multiple broad .8• 15 Top of Form ?What is the purpose of the Spanning T .It propagates VLAN configurations to o .It prevents loops in a switched network with re Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 4 2 points for any other 0 option Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless The Spanning Tree Algorithm 5.2.3.It restricts broadcast packets to .1• 16 Top of Form .

Add a trunk link that directly connects D1 and D2 . How can the convergence time be reduced . All inter-switch links that are shown are trunks. Whenever an inter-switch link fails.Use Layer 3 switching on the core switch . The Layer 2 switching design that is shown has been implemented in a campus environment that is using Spanning Tree Protocol. the ?network takes nearly a minute to completely converge.Implement Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol Bottom of Form Observable 1 Description Max Value 2 correctness of points for Option 4 2 response points for any other option 0 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless RSTP 5.Refer to the exhibit.Increase the capacity of the distribution and core trunk links to 10 Gb/s .3• 17 Top of Form .4.

2• 18 Top of Form ?Which statement is correct about STP architecture .The switch with the highest priority will be assigned the lowest BID in the root election .3.?Refer to the exhibit.The first step in the spanning-tree election process is to determine the root port To select designated ports. the spanning-tree algorithm must determine the longest contiguous path from the .Spanning Tree Protocol guarantees the shortest path to destination networks .root bridge Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 1 2 points for any other 0 option Max Value 2 .Spanning Tree Protocol will guarantee a loop free Layer 2 topology . Which switch will be elected as the root bridge of the spanning Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 3 2 points for any other option 0 Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Step 1. Electing A Root Bridge 5.

2.:This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless The Spanning Tree Algorithm 5.The switch is participating in the election process by forwarding the BPD . What does “LEARNING” mean as it relates to the Spanning .The switch is not receiving BPDUs. but no .The switch is sending and receivin .2.3• 20 Top of Form ?Refer to the exhibit. but is sending and .1• 19 Top of Form ?What identifier in the BPDU creates a unique B Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 2 2 points for any other 0 option Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Bridge ID 5.The switch is receiving BPDUs and populating the MAC address table.

and maximum age timers Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 1 2 points for any other 0 option Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless STP Port States and BPDU Timers 5.5• 21 Top of Form ?Which statement about STP network diameter is correct .5• 22 Top of Form ?Which statement correctly describes the spanning-tree path cost .It is calculated based on the total number of switches connected in a loop .2. determined by link speed.given path Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 4 2 points for any other 0 option Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas .It is calculated based on the bridge priority of the switches along a given path It is calculated based on the sum of the port cost value.STP diameters are restricted by convergence times .Layer 2 root elections should be optimized by adjusting BPDU timers to match network diameter . for each switch port along a .Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 4 2 points for any other option 0 Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless STP Port States and BPDU Timers 5.Using lower bandwidth connections between switches will allow STP to have a larger network diameter Portfast can be used to increase the allowable switched network diameter because it disables the forward delay .It is calculated based on the utilization of all the switches along a given path .2.

2.CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless The Spanning Tree Algorithm 5.3. R1 is configured for traditional inter-VLAN routing.R1 does not have an active routing protoc . What is a possib ?cause for this failu .The IP address of computer 1 is in the wrong logical netwo .1• 23 Top of Form Refer to the exhibit.Router interface Fa0/0 has the wrong trunk encapsulation type configur Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 1 2 points for any other option 0 Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Switch Configuration Issues 6.1• 24 Top of Form What is an efficient and cost effective way to minimize the frequency and effects of broadcast storms on an Ethernet ?LAN .Divide the computers into separate workgroups using different physical switches .Use access control lists to filter broadcasts from the network . R1 can ping computer 3 but cannot ping computer 1.Divide the computers into separate VLANs on the existing switches .S1 port Fa0/11 is in the wrong VLA .Connect each PC directly to a router port .

because the router is routing traffic between VLANs .Host A is no longer a member of VLAN 10.Host A remains a member of VLAN 10.1.Host A is no longer a member of VLAN 10.1• 25 Top of Form Refer to the exhibit.Host A remains a member of VLAN 10. because it is connected to the same physical network . it is now a member of VLAN 1 Bottom of Form . What would happen if the network administrator moved the network cable of Host A from interface ?Fa0/1 to Fa0/3 on switch SW1 .Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 3 2 points for any other 0 option Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Introducing VLANs 3.Host A maintains connectivity to all members of VLAN 10. but because port Fa0/3 was unused. because the switch provides dynamic VLAN assignment for the port . because port Fa0/3 has been manually assigned to VLAN 30 .

A new host needs to be connected to VLAN 1.1.44 28/ 192. Which IP address should be assigned to this new ?host 28/ 192.1.1.1.22 28/ 192.3• 26 Top of Form Refer to the exhibit.Observable 1 Description Max Value 2 correctness of points for Option 2 2 response points for any other option 0 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Troubleshooting VLAN Configurations 3.1.55 Bottom of Form Observable 1 Description Max Value 2 correctness of points for Option 2 2 response points for any other option 0 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Interfaces and Subinterfaces 6.1.2• 27 Top of Form .168.11 28/ 192.33 28/ 192.168.168.168.168.5.

computer E.?Refer to the exhibit. computer D. computer E. computer D. computer B. Computer D sends a broadcast message. Which devices will process the broadcast message computer E computer D and computer E computer D.4• 28 Top of Form . computer E. computer E. and Router1 computer C. computer C. and Router1 computer B and computer E computer B. and Router1 Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 5 2 points for any other 0 option Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Controlling Broadcast Domains with VLANs 3. and computer E computer C. and Router1 computer A.1. computer D.

What will allow a host on VLAN 40 on switch X to communicate ?VLAN 4 Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 3 2 points for any other option 0 Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless VLAN Trunks 3.1• 29 Top of Form .Refer to the exhibit.2.

4• 30 Top of Form . The hosts connected to switch SW1 are not able to communicate ?in the same VLANs connected to switch SW2.Introduce a Layer 3 device or a switch with Layer 3 capability i . What should be done to fi .Configure VLANs with different VLAN IDs o .Refer to the exhibit.3.Reconfigure the trunk port on switch SW2 with static trunk .Apply IP addresses that are in the same subnet to the interfaces used to connect S Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 2 2 points for any other option 0 Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Configure a Trunk 3.

3. shows that hosts on each VLAN can only access local resources and ?not resources on the other VLAN.One of the router subinterfaces is possibly down Bottom of Form Observable 1 Description Max Value 2 correctness of points for Option 1 2 response points for any other option 0 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Switch Configuration Issues 6.Switch port Fa0/1 is not trunking .Refer to the exhibit.Router interface Fa0/0 is possibly down . A network administrator has segmented the network into two VLANs and configured Router1 for inter-VLAN routing.1• 31 Top of Form . however. What is the most likely cause of this problem . A test of the network.No routing protocol is configured on Router1 .

2• 32 Top of Form . the trunk has not been established The router.The trunk is established.Because the router does not support Dynamic Trunking Protocol. The router and switch have been configured with the commands that are displayed in the exhibit.to establish a trunk Bottom of Form Observable 1 Description Max Value 2 correctness of points for Option 3 2 response points for any other option 0 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Configure Router-on-a-Stick Inter-VLAN Routing 6. Router R-West and switch S-West1 are connected via a single ethernet cable between the router interface fa0/0 and the switch interface fa0/1. the switch. The network administrator enters the show interfaces trunk command and receives the output ?as shown.Refer to the exhibit.The router is missing the dynamic trunking protocol statements necessary to form a trunk . What is the cause of the "not-trunking" status for switch port Fa0/1 . or both must be configured with the dynamic desirable option for Dynamic Trunking Protocol .2. but no VLANs have been configured to use it .

1• 33 Top of Form .Allow all VLANs on the trunk link . Host A and host B are on the default VLAN but are ?not able to exchange traffic. What should be done to fix the problem .Include a router or switch with Layer 3 capabilities .Refer to the exhibit.Remove the native VLAN from the trunk . Both switches are interconnected via a trunk link.Configure the same native VLAN on both ends of the trunk Bottom of Form Observable 1 Description Max Value 2 correctness of points for Option 4 2 response points for any other option 0 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Common Problems with Trunks 3.4.

If switch SW1 is configured with the four VLANs as shown in th ?many physical interfaces are needed on router R1 to configure inter-VLAN routing using Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 2 2 points for any other option 0 Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Introducing Inter-VLAN Routing 6.Refer to the exhibit.1• 34 Top of Form .1.

Which three options correctly identify information (.An IP address should be applied to FastEthernet3/0/0 for corre Bottom of Form Observable Description Option 1.Interface FastEthernet3/0/0.correct .Refer to the exhibit.2• 35 Top of Form .The configuration is appropriate for a router-on-a-stick n .point for each correct option 1 points if more options are selected than 0 . and Option 3 are .Interface FastEthernet3/0/0 is .associated with this output? . Option 2.A shutdown command has been applied to interface Fas .1.3 is mapped to the default mana .A non-proprietary trunking pro .required Max Value 1 correctness of response 3 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Interfaces and Subinterfaces 6.

1Q encapsulation and forwards it ove Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 2 2 points for any other option 0 Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless VLAN Trunks 3.SW1 leaves the traffic untagged and forwards it . How does SW1 manage traffic comin .?Refer to the exhibit.SW1 drops the traffic because .SW1 tags the traffic with the lowest VLAN ID value and forwards it ove .1• 36 Top of Form (.2.Which three statements are true regarding router-on-a-stick inter-VLAN routing? (Choose three .SW1 encapsulates the traffic with 802.

are correct correctness of . Option 3.2• 37 Top of Form ?Refer to the exhibit.selected than required 3 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Interfaces and Subinterfaces 6.Switch ports Fa0/1 and Fa0/3 are configured to carry data from multiple VLANs Bottom of Form .point for each correct option 1 response points if more options are 0 .1.requires the use of subinterfaces on the router requires an access link between the router and Layer 2 switch more cost-efficient and scalable than using multiple physical interfaces requires each subinterface to be configured with the no shutdown command can impact performance if many VLANs compete for bandwidth on a single router interface makes troubleshooting the inter-VLAN routing configuration much less complex than when using multiple physical interfaces Bottom of Form Observable Description Max Value 1 Option 1. and Option 5 .Switch ports Fa0/1 and Fa0/3 have been configured with the switchport mode access command . What is true of the configuration of switch S1 .Untagged frames received on ports Fa0/1 and Fa0/3 will be placed on VLAN 1 .A Cisco proprietary protocol is in use for ports Fa0/1 and Fa0/3 .

2.Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 4 2 points for any other option 0 Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Trunking Operation 3.2.4• 39 Top of Form .2• 38 Top of Form In which mode is a VTP switch operating if it has been configured t ?VTP a Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 4 2 points for any other 0 option Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless VTP Modes 4.

The additional VLANs from SW2 created more VLANs than the VLAN database of SW1 could conta Bottom of Form Observable correctness of response Description points for Option 3 2 points for any other option 0 Max Value 2 :This item references content from the following areas CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless Troubleshooting VTP Configurations 4.All the VLANs were pruned from the trunk port between SW1 and SW .3. Switch SW2 was tested in a lab environment and then inserted into a production network without reloading i configuration.VTP configuration revision number of SW2 was higher than the configuration revision number of SW . all users lost connectivity to the network.2• 40 Top of Form . After the trunk link between SW1 and SW2 was brought up. Wh ?could be the source of the problem .SW1 and SW2 cannot be both set as VTP servers in the same VTP doma .Refer to the exhibit.

Disable VTP pr .Configure SW2 as a VTP server with a higher re Bottom of Form Observable 1 correctness of response Description points for Option 3 2 points for any other option 0 Max Value 2 . and synchronizes VLA . Switch SW2 has been newly purchased and added What configuration should be applied to SW2 so that it participate ?VTP domain as switch SW1.Configure SW2 in VTP tran . receives VLAN information from SW1..Configure SW2 with the VTP dom .Refer to the exhibit.