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
The port is disabled.
Security is enabled on the port.
The port becomes a trunk port.
The port is now a member of the default VLAN.
The SSID is not required to connect to a wireless network
The SSID is broadcast in probe messages from clients that are looking for the AP.
The SSID is the same as the AP MAC address, which is sent in every message.
An attacker can spoof the SSID simply by using an SSID of NULL in all messages.
This allows the switch to host web pages for the network.
This allows remote VPN connections to the switch over the Internet.
This is required if a web server or web farm is attached to the switch.
This allows web-based configuration tools to be used with the switch.
Dynamically assigns a new management VLAN ID
Autonegotiates IP address information for initial management connections
Allows the use of straight-through patch cables regardless of connected device types
Places a port immediately in the forwarding state to reduce the time for the spanning tree to reconverge
The trunk is established, but no VLANs have been configured to use it.
The router is missing the dynamic trunking protocol statements necessary to form a trunk.
The trunk has not been established because the router does not support dynamic trunking protocol.
The router, the switch, or both must be configured with the dynamic desirable option for dynamic trunking protocol to establish a trunk.
Configure VLANs with different VLAN IDs on switch SW2
Reconfigure the trunk port on switch SW2 with static trunk configuration.
Introduce a Layer 3 device or a switch with Layer 3 capability in the topology.
Apply IP addresses that are in the same subnet to the interfaces used to connect SW1 and SW2.
Switch1# copy tftp://192.168.0.253/backup-confg nvram:startup-config
Switch1# copy tftp://192.168.0.254/backup-confg nvram:startup-config
Switch1# copy nvram:startup-config tftp://192.168.0.253/backup-config
Switch1# copy nvram:startup-config tftp://192.168.0.254/backup-config
A new RSA key pair is created.
The switch defaults to allowing Telnet connections only.
The switch is no longer able to make SSH connections as an SSH client
The switch allows remote connections only after a new RSA key pair is generated.
STP diameters are restricted by convergence times.
Layer 2 root elections should be optimized by adjusting BPDU timers to match network diameter.
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 and maximum age timers.
Spanning-tree mode rapid pvst
SW1(config)# vtp version 1
SW2(config)# vtp mode client
SW3(config)# vtp domain Cisco1
SW3(config)# vtp mode transparent
The MAC table will fill with unused addresses.
Address conflicts will cause retransmission errors
Unnecessary flooding will slow network performance.
Timely MAC address updates will ensure rapid delivery of frames.
Connect each PC directly to a router port.
Use access control lists to filter broadcasts from the network.
Divide the computers into separate VLANs on the existing switches.
Divide the computers into separate workgroups using different physical switches.
Lowest bridge ID
Highest revision number
Lowest numeric IP address
Highest numeric MAC address
All the VLANs were pruned from the trunk port between SW1 and SW2.
SW1 and SW2 cannot be both set as VTP servers in the same VTP domain.
VTP configuration revision number of SW2 was higher than the configuration revision number of SW1.
The additional VLANs from SW2 created more VLANs than the VLAN database of SW1 could contain.
The port will transition into blocking state
The port will transition immediately into forwarding state.
The port will transition into blocking state and immediately transition through the listening and learning states.
The port will transition into blocking state and then immediately into forwarding state.
This entry can only be removed from the MAC address table by a network administrator.
When forwarding a frame to the device with address 0060.5c5b.cd23, the switch does not have to perform a lookup to determine the final destination port.
Only the device with MAC address 0060.5c5b.cd23 will be allowed to connect to port Fa0/18.
The switch learned this MAC address from the source address in a frame received on Fa0/18.
Layer 3 packets
All hosts that are shown
Only hosts B and C
Only hosts A, B, and C
Only hosts A, B, C, and D
Only hosts A, D, E, and F
Only hosts D, E, and F