The enable secret password was not set.
S1 does not have login configured on the vty lines.
S1 does not have a password configured for the vty lines.
The crypto key is not properly configured to generate passwords.
The VLAN1 interface has not be enabled with the no shutdown command.
User EXEC mode
Privileged EXEC mode
Global configuration mode
Interface configuration mode
Per VLAN Spanning Tree (PVST)
Per VLAN Spanning Tree + (PVST+)
Common Spanning Tree (CST)
Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP)
Switch port Fa0/1 is not trunking.
Router interface Fa0/0 is possibly down.
No routing protocol is configured on Router1.
One of the router subinterfaces is possibly down.
Only hosts A and B
Only hosts A, B, and C
Only hosts A, B, C, and D
Only hosts A, B, C, and E
Interface FastEthernet3/0/0 is subinterfaced.
A non-proprietary trunking protocol is in use.
The configuration is appropriate for a router-on-a-stick network design.
A shutdown command has been applied to interface FastEthernet3/0/0.
Interface FastEthernet3/0/0.3 is mapped to the default management VLAN.
An IP address should be applied to FastEthernet3/0/0 for correct data routing.
Associate with the access point and then open a HyperTerminal session with the access point.
Physically connect to the access point and then reboot the computer to launch the configuration software.
From a computer in the same IP subnet as the access point, enter the default IP address of the access point in a web browser.
Modify the TCP/IP properties of the computer connected to the access point so that it exists on the same network, and then reboot your computer to establish a connection.
Lowest bridge ID
Highest revision number
Lowest numeric IP address
Highest numeric MAC address
The PC is set to full duplex. The switch port fails to autonegotiate the duplex setting and defaults to half duplex, which causes a duplex mismatch.
The switch traffic is exceeding available frame buffers. The result is that frames are being dropped.
The PC and the default gateway have different bandwidth Ethernet ports.
The default gateway is not on the same switch that the PC is.
AS1 and AS2
DS1 and DS2
DS1, DS2, and CS1
AS1, AS2, DS1, and DS2
Only the management VLAN
All VLANs except the extended range VLANs
All VLANs except 1 and 1002-1005
It will be dropped.
It will be forwarded out port Fa0/5 only.
It will be forwarded out ports Fa0/5 and Fa0/10.
It will be forwarded out ports Fa0/5, Fa0/10, and Fa0/15.
It propagates VLAN configurations to other switches.
It restricts broadcast packets to a single VLAN.
It segments a network into multiple broadcast domains.
It prevents loops in a switched network with redundant paths.
It is configured in VTP server mode.
STP is automatically enabled.
The first VTY line is automatically configured to allow remote connections.
VLAN1 is configured with a management IP address.
All switch ports are assigned to VLAN1.
The enable password is configured as cisco.
Discard the frame
Forward the frame out port 2
Forward the frame out port 3
Forward the frame out all ports
Forward the frame out all ports except port 3
Add station 00-00-3D-1F-11-05 to port 2 in the forwarding table
Configuring trunk links on the VTP server
Configuring or changing the VTP password
Configuring or changing the VTP domain name
Configuring or changing the VTP version number
Configuring or deleting a VLAN or creating a VLAN name
The command should have been copy startup-config tftp:backup.cfg.
A backup configuration from a TFTP server cannot be copied directly into the startup-config.
The command copy running-config startup-config should be used to save the changes on the switch.
Downloading to the startup-config requires the switch to be reloaded in order for the configuration to take effect.
Available bandwidth is reduced
MAC addresses are easily spoofed.
APs are more susceptible to DoS attacks.
The payload encryption is easily broken.
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