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What happens if interface gigabit Ethernet 5/1 on Switch A stops receiving UDLD packets in the exhibit below?





A. UDLD stops trying to establish a connection with the neighbor.
B. UDLD changes the port state to err-disable.
C. UDLD changes the port to loop-inconsistent blocking state.
D. UDLD sends hello messages to its neighbor at a rate of one per second to attempt to recover the connection.

This question is part of SWITCH Final Exam - CCNP SWITCH (Version 6.0)
Asked by Gunde, Last updated: Aug 02, 2020

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L. Hawkes

L. Hawkes, Teacher, Memphis

Answered Jun 28, 2018

The answer is that UDLD will change the port state to err-disable. This is a message that means that the port will automatically be disabled from the Cisco Catalyst switch. Take note that when a port is shut down, this means that the port will not receive anything. It will not be able to send details as well.

Take note that if this is not induced, there are various methods that can be done in order for the port to recover from this error message. The faster that this issue is solved, the more that the port can be used again to receive and send traffic again.

 

gunde

Gunde

Answered Nov 28, 2017

UDLD changes the port state to err-disable.

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